Taal Vista Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsTaal Vista Hotel Tagaytay
Nice hotel you will have a nice view to Taal Volcano
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My getaway today was fun. It was my first time to have a long drive away from home which took almost 3 hours on the road. We actually visited the place just to enjoy and eat. We stayed in Taal Vista which is also our first time. The location was good as it is right next to Skyranch, another attraction. If you are planning to go for a visit, skyrance is best seen at night in my opinion.
... us down Tagaytay (the city basically sits atop a mountain) on a very narrow, windy road... not gonna lie, it was pretty scary. At the bottom of the mountain was a town called Talisay where we would officially begin our tour. Again, we took a larger row boat with an engine and out rig that would carry us across the lake. Our tour guide to the island was a young man named Kevin.
Just like with the other boats, the ride was enjoyable. ...
... Leaked everywhere, was amazing. The bar is set. Good beer, good fries, salt vinegar, ketchup and bbq sauce all available, classy choice of restaurants, good service. Odd bun, not wide enough for burger China - 6/10 - Only place doing burgers, Thai place just past security Frozen but nice burger, reminded me of my childhood. Smallish bun, ketchup and mayo but no other condiments available, no bacon or cheese. Good and plentiful chips however. Service ...
... Manila area and more towards the provinces. When I came downstairs ready to go, Ate Neneng was already at the house since she would be joining us for the adventures of the day, which included going to Taal Village to check out the historic Spanish architecture and the Basilica and Calamba City to see the home of Jose Rizal. Before heading out, we dropped Mickee off at work... I completely forgot it was Monday. Seriously, this vacation ...
... ferry (and I counted my blessings that I didn't get sick), we were herded onto our respective "busses" to tour the island. We were on Bus #3 and our tour guide was a funny and knowledgable Filipina named Stella. There were many things I enjoyed about the tour and little tid bits and I can't all of them with you because I do need to sleep at some point tonight. But here are just some highlights: Many of the guerrilla fighters found on the island ...