The Heritage Hotel Manila
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so I didn't have to backtrack, it's been a breeze. My patience was never really tested like it is when I'm in Africa where you might need to wait for four hours for a bus to fill up before it leaves. The Philippines is also one of the cleanest countries I've been to. I never once saw piles of trash along the roads or mounds of garbage in the middle of a village. In many places they actually have two different garbage receptacles, one for biodegradable and one for ...
After pretty non event lazy day yesterday well we did gym and went for happy hour at three pretty **** service everywhere which is weird since there are so many good Filipinos elsewhere in the world in hospitality industry. G had a go in the California pizza place good food but appalling service sorry sir we busy right u have like six customers! Then the queue in family mart later guy ...
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Weekend travel does not have to extend too far from your home. Staying out of your home for a weekend can be just what you need to feel better and rejuvenated. It is also ...
I headed back to the hotel for a wash and brush up and then I was out again, first for a drink and something to eat on the terrace, then to the money changers which is very hndily next door to the hotel. After this, I headed for the Manila Bay (LA) Cafe at the junction of Salas St. and Del Pilar Street. The bar was lively and I met a guy from the North of England and we had a few ...
... damaged." I was relieved but still concerned.
We carefully made our way through the walkways, careful not to slip on the debris that was covered with a few inches of black mud. There were pieces of roofs and homes hazardously thrown across the walkways. I made my roommates stop at each home stay family I knew, checking to make sure they were ok. With every face I was presented with, whether distraught, forcing a smile, or nearly in tears, I felt a ping ...