Stone House Quezon City

1315 E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon City, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1100, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1315 E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon City, is near Intramuros, Fort Santiago, Robinsons Place Mall, and University of the Philippines.
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    Hotels in El Paso TX

    A travel blog entry by hotelnashv388 on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... research about the available hotels. It is crucial that you spend time to do research about the accommodation. If you do not spend time to do research on the accommodation, you can end up staying a hotel that overcharges you. You need to book online to be able to get a discount. Booking the hotel room a couple of weeks in advance may also help you to save money. When booking the hotel room online, you must use credit ...

    Counter Strike

    A travel blog entry by counterstr236 on Apr 11, 2014

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    You have probably heard about the game called Counter Strike. Almost everyone plays it, and each and every internet cafe has it. Why? due to its multi-player features. The game is just simple, simply point and shoot.

    Counter strike 1.6 along with its counterparts is made off of the Half life one video game engine, of course the engine has been altered a little bit. It's a first person shooter. Essentially, you've got a number of maps or arenas and there is ...

    Manila Bay and another sunset

    A travel blog entry by stu900 on Nov 16, 2013

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    ... its sunsets and stretch of coconut trees. Originally called Cavite Boulevard, it was renamed Dewey Boulevard in honor of the American Admiral George Dewey, who under his command defeated the Spanish navy in the Battle of Manila Bay in 1898. The boulevard was again renamed to "Heiwa Boulevard" in late 1941 during Japanese Home Rule and Roxas Boulevard in the 1960s to honor President Manuel Roxas, ...

    Jumping over the tail

    A travel blog entry by monhenderson on Jul 01, 2013

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    ... indulged as ladies of leisure...pedicures and manicures, sunbathing and the highlight
    certainly was the musical of Dirty Dancing - "no one puts baby in the
    corner"!! I drained the hotel hot water, slept in a sprung mattress bed
    and had enough lattes to last me for the next 3 month stint! Thank you Cait!



    Back to the GOH and determined to
    conquer that tail! I arrived at Tahanan – my morning ritual of ...

    Weekend Escapes

    A travel blog entry by monhenderson on Jun 11, 2013

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    ... Hills are probably 'the' site to see- they really were very impressive, so many grassy covered humps! As you can imagine, we had lots of fun with the photo shoot at the lookout point ;) Tarsier Sanctuary- little endangered primates, tiny, cute - huge eyes! Then the usual...drinking and more eating ;)

    Honkers Weekend 3:

    Attendees: Maddie, Liam, Anthony, Annika and Pete. Cheap flights to Honkers (less than $100 return) - ...