Europa Mansionette Inn

M.L. Quezon Ave, Mandaue, Cebu, Visayas, 6014, Philippines | Inn
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This inn, located on M.L. Quezon Ave, Mandaue, is near Casa Gorordo Museum, Casino Filipino, Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary, and Calanggaman Island.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Europa Mansionette Inn Mandaue

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    Travel Blogs from Mandaue

    Cebu City

    A travel blog entry by simon.caryn on Jun 04, 2011

    5 photos

    ... going past, and headed towards the San Pedro Fort and paid a tiny entrance fee and went inside. As I said before, there is a lot of Spanish influence here, and this fort was built by some Spanish dude (yes, you can see History is my strong point) many years ago. It was really pretty inside. Got some photos, walked around, but didn't take long until we'd seen it all and then headed back to the hotel alone ...

    Cebu Xmas Xperience

    A travel blog entry by 7tck7334 on Dec 23, 2010

    10 photos

    ... and warm heart, jolly people are always treated to the same things we are doing, like going to waterfront and Crowne Regency. Our plan was buffet dinner with a friend on Xmas eve however the friend, who is a Jollibee worker (just so she knows who i am talking about) refused to answer my calls, texts, or messages online in fb and ym. So needless to say, my fiancée and I went out alone, which as it happened was a good thing. Everywhere on Xmas eve in Cebu was shut, ...

    Major major times in Cebu

    A travel blog entry by rachelkitty on Sep 02, 2010

    184 photos

    ... with Elsie over tea at Macbay, a dash to Elicon, and then home for dinner. Experienced our first home brown out (power cut), so had most of our dinner by candlelight before heading to meet the manager of Outpost ready for Friday’s event.

    Thursday today and Trix is not well, so I’m computering it up in lieu of work. Really looking forward to the last week or so, and hopefully to a final blog next week (time allowing).

    Hope all of you lovely folk are well, and sorry for the excessive delay of this entry.

    Daghang gugma (lots of love).

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    Leading up to the MPR...

    A travel blog entry by bridgetgx on Aug 18, 2010

    ... too much details as to what we'll be doing but blimey, the facts and figures about the issue are just awful. Like right at this moment, there are said to be 218 MILLION child labourers in the world, and of those, 8.4 million are involved in the worst kinds: child pornography, child soldiers, slavery and prostitution. And the thing is is that most documentaries you might see, i.e. Blood Sweat and Tshirts, only really focus on those making clothes, but there's so much more to ...

    Oh how I miss fresh bread and Lurpak :(

    A travel blog entry by bridgetgx on Aug 10, 2010

    ... into more detail and woffle on as per usual :)

    Friday 30th
    GCD on HIV and AIDS
    I learnt LOADS since I always kind of knew the issues was about but i had never done any research or read up on it at all but blimey! We were all told about world aids day on december 1st if you're wanting to support it too. There's loads of different events happening all over the world so maybe google it if you're wanting to take part!
    That night we all headed to Ayala (the big ...