Tagaytay Country Hotel

Address: Olivarez Plaza, E. Aguinaldo Hi-Way Hi-way, Tagaytay, Luzon, 4120, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Olivarez Plaza, E. Aguinaldo Hi-Way Hi-way, Tagaytay.
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      Travel Blogs from Tagaytay

      Intermezzo with a volcano

      A travel blog entry by sileas on Jan 20, 2014

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      ... park. The journey to the peak is already worth itself: In a sidecar of a motorcycle I drove down a winding road to the lakeshore, then I took a boat to the island, and from there (I took the lazy way, I have to admit), I rode up on a horseback to the crater. Once I passed the pushy vendors, I got one of the most spectacular views ever! You could even see the activity of the volcano as there was steam coming up. And where else do you get to see a lake inside a lake? ...

      Glad for the Traffic

      A travel blog entry by tuffy06 on Aug 10, 2013

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      ... br>
      Instead of a 45 minute travel (from Manila to Tagaytay), we reached Tagaytay
      with an hour in a half travel time because of that event somewhere in Sta. Rosa
      and Nuvali. It made us super hungry especially my brother who was
      driving. We agreed to have lunch somewhere in Tagaytay proper but decided
      to have quick visit at my mom's friend's garden shop called Ming's Garden
      because we might not be able ...

      Just add some sun!

      A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 21, 2013

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      ... yet (actually, no one was going in). We parked across the street and we snapped some pictures while we waited for a good time to go in - really, we were waiting to get hungry. We noticed some security guys outside the place and we could see his cars displayed in the front window so we figured we'd walk over and see if I could get some shots with the cars. Security let us go in and see the cars and take some pictures and from there, we just kind of ...

      Off to Corregidor

      A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 09, 2013

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      ... 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, ...

      Thrilled by Tagaytay’s Treats

      A travel blog entry by arnobs66 on Oct 31, 2011

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      ... to be the next big thing within the CALABARZON area.

      Truly, there are so many wonderful places to explore in this favorite weekend getaway of many Filipinos. But what really thrills me, and probably other tourists, is the city’s breathtaking visual treat — the fabulous panorama of the world’s smallest volcano and its seemingly serene lake.

      For ...