Vista Inn

Address: Mc Arthur Drive, Iloilo City, Panay, Visayas, Philippines | 2 star inn
 
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Location

This 2 star inn is located on Mc Arthur Drive, Iloilo City.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Vista Inn Iloilo City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Iloilo City

Stopover

A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 17, 2014

... catch. We arrived quite late at night and couldn't find a cheap hotel so we spent a bit more for this one but at least it is a nice room.

The town itself really doesn't have much to talk about, other than the port. It is lively but quite messy, like many town in the ...

Stopover

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 17, 2014

... to catch. We arrived quite late at night and couldn't find a cheap hotel so we spent a bit more for this one but at least it is a nice room.
The town itself really doesn't have much to talk about, other than the port. It is lively but quite messy, like many town in the Philippines. ...

Island Hopping in Islas de Gigantes, Iloilo

A travel blog entry by faithtimario on Jun 19, 2014

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Summer 2014. Located in the municipality of Carles in the province of Iloilo is Islas de Gigantes, a group of virgin islands. From Iloilo City, you can ride the Ceres bus to Carles which can take 4 hours of travel then you can rent a boat going to the islands. I was with my family when we went there for the first time. You will see unique rock formations and appreciate the beauty of nature in ...

The Day We've been Looking Forward To

A travel blog entry by blanford on Jun 05, 2014

... we had a prior commitment and were unable to make the performance. And since Scott was actually in the Philippines when they came, he had not yet met the particular girls that stayed with us. I could not believe what we had missed. The songs were beautiful, accompanied by a video explaining the poverty from which each of the kids come and their individual stories. As soon as they sang the song "I Will Arise", all of my emotions rose to the top. I grew to ...

Philippines: Jeepneys, pork fat and super typhoons

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on Jan 26, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... to prove difficult.

Other than being expensive, our biggest challenge traveling here was the food. The Philippines were occupied buy the U.S.A. for 50 years, and hosted military bases long after independence. Probably the worst thing they adopted from the Americans is an enthusiasm for fast food chains, and from the military, processed meat. If you're lucky, you can get a Filipino breakfast with rice, eggs and nice fresh fish. This happened a couple ...