The Contemporary Hotel

8 G. Araneta Avenue, Quezon City, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1101, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quezon City

Young, Wild and Free.

A travel blog entry by freeasbirds

4

... at my early age but nothing to worry about I actually do well to the point of not having my first kiss until now. I wonder why? Anyway, that day I went to prime was my first time and the place was actually good, the crowd is full of thomasians and it was a great party. You will feel secured because they have number of bouncers spread all over the place. In addition, they have this VIP area located at the second floor and only choosen people can go upstairs. ...

An Experience I will Never Forget

A travel blog entry by monhenderson

5
1

... spark some conversation over the incessant sobbing. I had brought Joy Joy a selection of Filipino snacks (sugar overload!) and she shared these with Pinky. When Joy Joy is upset, her English goes downhill, so as I hugged and consoled Joy Joy, Pinky and I spoke. She was a beautiful girl, 16 years old, round face and gorgeous almond eyes. The orange uniform is devastating....these little bodies swamped in these scratchy sacks, with Zonta ward printed on ...

Divisoria Market Experience

A travel blog entry by monhenderson

1

... not have photos to share other than the one of Butch and I from my phone. Divisoria is a collection of dark and pungent alleyways, packed with people and stray animals running around. The smell is a of old rotting vegetables (every morning all the vegetable rubbish is dumped in the main road for the street families to scavenge through). As we walked down one alley way, one street vendors yelled something to Butch in Tagalog. Butch translated for me- ...

Island Hopping

A travel blog entry by monhenderson

24

... they first arrive on shore!! We visited Potipot island, Herman Ore island and Magalawa island. For Mangalawa island we actually stayed on the island- a beautiful place to watch the sunset and wake to absolute serenity. There was only down side to the whole trip - day 1 I was responsibily applying my sunscreen (purchased in the Philippines), only to realise very early on that the SPF quality was significantly inferior to ...

We made it to the Philippines!

A travel blog entry by kateandalex

... two stops for 12 pesos each and got off near Intramuros. We walked into the walled city and were immediately followed by a few pedicab guys, or trikes as they're called here. They all offer tours of the Intramuros sights for 200 pesos or so. We put them all off and started to walk around the city but soon enough we got super hot and kind of lost and bargained one of the guys down to 150 P. So we crammed ourselves into a tiny trike ...

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This hotel, located on 8 G. Araneta Avenue, Quezon City, is near Manila Ocean Park, Robinsons Place Mall, University of the Philippines, and Paco Park.
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