Vigan Plaza Hotel
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Amazing hotel, with a fusion of old world fixtures and high tech amenities. It's like traveling in the past on a lazyboy couch!
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An upscale hotel adorned with art masterpieces by our national artists. Its intimate setting perfectly suit honeymooners and couples on a quick respite.
Being a food wonderland, dont ever dare to ...
... Vigan is 'Calle Crisologo'. When walking down this old quaint street you really do feel like you've gone back in time. It's a cobbled street with only calesa (horse-drawn carriages) and pedestrians permitted. It's also lined with many historic buildings ranging in condition, and plenty of quirky little antique shops. We found some snacks, rice in bamboo shoot and coconut cake, and made our way back to the room to pack before check out time. Our next destination.. ...
... as, though the Philippines have their own word for it, Seniang. It is the same depression that counted for the downing of the AirAsia flight. And again, luck. We have ten flights booked around SE Asia in this time. We've been to Surabaya. Singapore was always a possible destination to visit Brad's parents. Luck.
The worst of the Philippines has driven us mental. Sometimes it can be unbelievably hard to get the simplest thing done here. On which ...
... as you see the hotel, you will see the beautiful architecture of the building and those surrounding it. Not only that, but the location is very accessible to go to the different sites, it is also a well-known photo spot for people who like to take pictures. After checking in the hotel, we went to different historical landmarks in Vigan and savor the rich scenery Vigan has to offer. After ...
So we left the house, Saturday at 4:30am, we had about an 8 hour drive ahead of us for a nights stay in San Fernando before we went back to Angeles.
About half way, we stopped in Vigan City. It is a World Heritage Site in that it is one of the few Hispanic towns ...