The Sulo Hotel

Address: Matalino Road, Diliman, Quezon City, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1100, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Matalino Road, Diliman, Quezon City, is near University of the Philippines.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Sulo Hotel Quezon City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Quezon City

The Full Baguio Experience

A travel blog entry by misfitwanders on Oct 07, 2014

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... out in college, he always saw this crazy girl roaming the streets, as they say in Filipino taong grasa. He used her as an inspiration in his paintings and that got him through art school. When Ben Cab became successful as an artist, he tried to look for Sabel, but alas, he could not find her.)The cafe offers Filipino food with a twist that will tickle your taste buds.
As they ...

Baguio City Adventures

A travel blog entry by ranaynehro on Oct 04, 2014

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... and unique 4-year curriculum has been designed to fit the specific needs of the major branches of service of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Just like military academies in the United States, female cadets have also been accepted by PMA since 1993.

It is mostly visited during summer vacations. People who want to get into this school also visits this place to get ...

Paysafecard Code Generator

A travel blog entry by paysafecod737 on Apr 24, 2014

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... can supply you valid codes (PIN) for three currencies in four amounts. Do not forget that the paysafecard codes can be combined, if you want more than 100!

Paysafecard is an electronic payment method for online shopping. Paysafecard has existed since year 2000, and it has origin in Vienna,Austria. Now it has stretched out in many countries globally, trading cash for “Electronic ...

Light in Manila

A travel blog entry by davemyers on Apr 12, 2014

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... all the other vehicles attempting to get to their destinations. In most cases only inches separate vehicles from each other. One thing that amazed us was this: in all this chaos no one seemed upset about it. There were no expressions of anger, no laying on the horn to express displeasure, no fist waving or gesturing. No one jockeyed for position or attempted to deliberately cut others off. Everyone seems to understand that this is just the way things are, so ...

Christmas in Manila

A travel blog entry by jackals on Dec 25, 2013

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... oh, the irony) selling colossal rockets with a payload. A quick bit of bartering bought us 20 rockets for 120 peso, which is a little over $3. Running back onto the street the troupe of kids, they showed us the launching platform which was a split cinder block in the middle of a busy road... A trio of cops watched from the bank across the road and cheered us on as we continued to shoot rocket after rocket into the sky using a lit cigarette. These street ...