Torre Venezia Suites
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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... will bring you down to your roots. It will give you a glimpse of the daily lives of our farmers. You'd finally appreciate the packs of strawberries you see in the grocery.
3. Rose Bowl
I come from a Chinese family, so I think that it's literally inevitable that wherever we go we eat Chinese food for at least one meal. You'd think I'd be sick of eating Chinese food ...
... sold some chips that were obviously bought from the supermarkets. There are also no VIP treatments here.
I did not enjoy our trip here because it was too boring for me. All they talked about were things about history and facts about the school. If you were the type of tourist who likes history and trivia, then I would truly recommend this place to you. But if you were ...
... a white crumpled tissue. I said "What is this?" and proceeded to unwrap it. Breanne was pretty disgusted as she said, "ewww, what are you doing?". Little did she know, that I had dropped that tissue earlier when taking a picture of her. Moments later the unwrapping revealed a ring. I got pretty emotional and got down on one knee. At that moment everything around us seemed to not matter, even with the clouds covering the sun and the close approaching guy walking down the beach. All this ...
After our day out in the city, we came back to get cleaned up and prepare for the first of the Biblical Holy Days - the first Day of Unleavened Bread. This day begins with a night of celebration - The Night to be Much Observed" (Exodus 12:42). We were honored to be spending the evening with many of the brethren from the Manila congregation at the home of Mrs. Bing Sereano (sp?)
... to walk to Intramuros, the old colonial neighbourhood with most of Manila's tourist attractions. Tired spirits prevailed over our desire to see more, and we began to trudge back.
On our way, we cut through Robinsons Mall, one of the enormous and glitzy shoopping malls that are taking over cities in Asia. It spanned 9 city blocks, replete with hundreds of shops and restaurants. Whether it was the air-conditioning or the sparkling cleanliness I'm not sure (for ...