Residence Inn Tagaytay

Address: Km. 65, Tagaytay, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km. 65, Tagaytay.
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        Travel Blogs from Tagaytay

        Michaellaine vs. The Volcano

        A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 02, 2015

        ... I had an opportunity to climb a volcano in Chile called Volcan Villarica. That trek was a very difficult one - so difficult that our guides stopped my friend Megan and I at a point and told us to wait there because we couldn't go any further haha. In any event, this volcano was not nearly as tall as Villarica so I was confident of our ability to get to the top.

        The Taal volcano is actually a more complicated geographic landmark then ...

        Taal Volcano and Los Banos Hotsprings

        A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18 on Feb 13, 2014

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        ... typical boneless bangus, fried egg and rice. To people that did not grow up eating Filipino food, the food here would be considered exotic to them. But to me it reminds me of my Nanay's, parents and family's cooking. I end up comparing dishes here to dishes that my family makes better. Almost everything here is comfort food to me, and makes me miss home a lot less. However, I still have to try Greenwich lasagna and compare it to ...

        Cheese and Bacon Burger Tour of SE Asian airports

        A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 13, 2013

        4 photos

        ... of them selling noodle based items. Talk about market saturation. There's a KFC ripoff but it's not open at 6:52 in the morning Jakarta - 6/10 - Hilisar Cafe 3 coices of burger place, settled on hilisar cafe. Burger was traditionally made and came with good chips, a side salad which looked nice and salt that worked which is a novelty in Indonesia (and most of ASEAN). Got Indonesian chilli sauce and ketchup as well. Would have got 7/10 but airport suffers ...

        Taal and Calamba City Adventures

        A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 15, 2013

        9 photos

        ... gets you mixed up when it comes to days of the week... hehe.

        Anyway, the drive to Taal was about 2/2.5 hours and wasn't bad at all. Once we got out of the Metro Manila area, it was smooth sailing - no traffic! It was also raining pretty hard when we left Pilar, but as soon as we were on the highway and away from the city, the rain stopped! What luck! The drive was also scenic too - lots of different types of trees, all of ...

        Off to Corregidor

        A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 09, 2013

        20 photos

        ... war "disguised" themselves as poor farmers and the youngest of these guerrilla fighters was just 9 years old! Corregidor was one of the most heavily attacked islands in the Pacific during World War II - in 24 hours it was hit with 16,000 shells. Stella told us a story how she went up to a remote part of the island with some US Marines and they found some shells laying around. She asked the Marine if the shell was live and he examined it and said that ...