Stone House Quezon City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the 'Casa Manila', an old house decorated and furnished as it would have been in the 16th century. We then travelled to the 'Fort Santiago', a peaceful green area with a shrine to the national hero, Jose Rizal. We walked to the river, which looked not too clean and had a view of the poorer part of Manila. The gardens in the Fort were full of tropical plants and was a green oasis in the midst of Manila traffic, which was chaotic. We then went to Rizal Park, a large park ...