Europa Mansionette Inn

Address: 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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      Travel Blogs from Mandaue

      Paradise

      A travel blog entry by shirak on Oct 29, 2012

      9 photos

      ... see some of the island, to experience the Philippines a little more closely, but we quickly surrender to the addictive relaxation, and just stay by the pool.

      My 37th birthday is one of my happiest birthdays ever. We spend the morning together in the room and by the pool. Naomi makes a special picture for me with stickers of princesses and unicorns, and afterwards I enjoy a bamboo ...

      Puerto Princesa, Cebu City and Boracay

      A travel blog entry by vinkor on Dec 30, 2011

      12 photos

      ... saw young people sleeping on sidewalks, over a carton and protected from the rain under some balcony, a sadness that did not allow me to sleep well
      The next morning I visited the most interesting things in Cebu City that are:
      - The church of St. Nino built aroung 1600 with the statue of the saint while out there was the event of the Philippine national hero Rizal and there were a lot of authority and the faithful who prayed ...

      10 hour tour on a trike

      A travel blog entry by eharpham on Mar 03, 2011

      5 photos

      ... about in the french guys book but that fell on deaf ears and i was instead taken to a place where you could get within about 5cm of them in an enclosure. so weird. then we went to the hanging bridge. again a complete tourist thing...another 10p...but was quite good for about 5 mins i suppose. Then to the handmade forest which just looks like a normal forest but wasnt there until it ...

      Closing Weeks of Global Xchange

      A travel blog entry by neiltt on Sep 02, 2010

      ... challenge to other exchanges but not this one since all the Filipinos are well versed in English. With the deaf it took time and patience to work out what they were trying to say. I simply signed out entire sentences (letter by letter) to fill in the blanks.

      I think I have rambled on enough. This is the last week so we got debrief and a some long awaited celebratory beer to drink, with a flight to finally end our GX days and one epic ...

      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 ...