The Pearl Manila

Address: General Luna Str., Corner Taft & United Nations Avenue, Ermita, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1000, Philippines | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Ermita area of Manila, is near Rizal Park, San Agustin Church, La Mesa Eco Park, and Paco Park.
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    Manila

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Apr 12, 2015

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    We weren't planning on stopping in Manila, largely because of the notoriously bad reputation. But Moon and Sujin (Korean couple from our Mt Pinatubo trip) offered some insight and some floor space for a night or two, in the nicer part of Manila, Makati. So we decided to give Manila the benefit of the doubt. We arrived in Manila at 5am, after taking a freezing cold, seated night bus, from Banaue. It wasn't a nice start to the day. I'd contracted deadly man flu, and had a sore ...

    Day 2: Cultural Studies & Turning Up

    A travel blog entry by nishii911 on Mar 03, 2015

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    ... for the whole mall to hear :) #YoloInThePhilippines

    I sang treasure by Bruno Mars, then after grabbing an OREA BUBBLE TEA (AMEN LAWD FOR THAT MHHHM) we brought some more girls and sang One Direction!!


    On the walk back home, Keebs and I gave our balloon to a street child, and the left over pizza to a lady near our hotel who was shaking.

    After that - WE ALL CRASHED AND HAD BEST SLEEP EVER <3

    THE ...

    Filipino Time

    A travel blog entry by jacquimwilson on Dec 28, 2014

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    ... but whatever. We file off, all the luggage has to be unloaded from the bus, then reloaded onto the other bus, and after another half hour, we finally head for the airport, caravan style with the original bus we’d been on. The buses pull up to the curb together, everyone piles out, gets their luggage, and then is left to fend for themselves. No information about where to go, no new flight number, and certainly no reason for passenger segregation on the two buses! ...

    The thriller in Manila?

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 07, 2014

    ... may be more expensive than I would like. I was correct on both counts and left immediately after a second pricey seeming beer, despite some very ominous looking grey clouds filling the skies.

    The poverty was immediately obvious as some very young naked children frolicked in a nearby fountain and there was desperation in the pleas for custom from the guys riding push bikes with covered sections for passengers. I ignored this as far as I could and made my way ...

    Duo to Trio

    A travel blog entry by kkoffeeko on May 16, 2014

    ... a ride.

    Along the way, we were slowed down by heavy traffic and tons of stopovers. The usual six-hour drive became seven as we arrived at the Cubao terminal at past 12 noon. We saw Lisa and we headed for her family's house just around the corner. We ate lunch and rested for some hours before going to Trinoma Mall. I personally like the mall as it is quite huge (than SM Baguio of course) and I've been there several times during ...