Taal Vista Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- 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.
... Terminal, it is clearly marked up as Tagaytay, tell the driver where you want dropping off and they will do so. I strongly recommend OMP Tagaytay, it is opposite the Lake Hotel and a really good location, they do dorm and separate rooms, everything is clean and comfortable.
The bus cost me around 80 pesos each way. The journey could not have been easier.
The following morning I decided to do the Taal Volcano, I could do the ...
... got an 8. Steak and ribs look amazing Vientiane - (-753/10) - Chinese restaurant name unknown to westerners The restaurant advertises double cheese and bacon burgers. After 5 minutes of sitting there thinking my day was looking up, they tell us there's no burgers. I am really ****** off I have a beer instead but it's no consolation for the let down ***** Da Nang - 4/10 - Lucky restaurant (before check in) It's definitely a burger but it was cold and ...
... into the adoration chapel for a quick hello to Jesus and then ventured off to see more of the village. We walked through the village and marketplace and eventually made our way to a cute little restaurant called "Don Juan's BBQ." We plopped ourselves in front of an AC and enjoyed our lunch of Filipino fare. I tried a new food today too... sisig. Now, when I was sitting at lunch, Ate Neneng described it as pork chopped up and ...
... and a museum. One of the most touching things I saw was a statue portraying an American soldier helping an injured Filipino solidier. According to Stella, there is a similar statue in Atlanta, but with a Filipino soldier helping the injured American. Super cool.
Of course there were plenty of guns and shells displayed throughout the island. Most of the large guns that were around were actually guns that were MEANT to be on battle ships, ...