West Makati Tourist Inn

1417 Vito Cruz Extension, Makati, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines | Inn
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Manila

A travel blog entry by adventurebear

2

... said than done! Our taxi driver kept claiming he didn't know where it was even though it was only about 3km away. He was going round in circles and started heading south instead of north. Dave told to stop going the wrong way and asked him if he should drive as he knew the way and was a better driver. Taxi drivers in Manila are also very bad drivers. They are reactive, not proactive. They don't see people running across the road or cars pulling out infront ...

Manila Day 1

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah

43

... taking pictures of things which I exploit. Inside the park there's a Chinese garden for which the entry fee is 14p each. Confiscious being the great thinker that he is has developed a defence against my nose fingering. I will get someone else. There are loads of kids inside learning juggling and cocktail bar tricks. Feels like being at Play. Having just come from China, we do a quick tour and exit The other side of the park is Intramuros, which is one of the things we're here to see. ...

Off to Corregidor

A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon

20

... Then, she made a joke saying something about "BARRACK Obama" to which I erupted in laughter... but yea, I was the ONLY one on the entire bus who laughed. Stella looked at me and said "Why are you laughing?" And I go "You said Barracks... Barrack Obama!" She smiled because it was clearly a joke and I was CLEARLY the only one who got it. Anyway, the American lady from California sitting in back of me thought my reaction was hysterical and made it a ...

Operation Manila Underground

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng

48

... to the cemetery. Taking my chances, I asked one of the shop vendors if there are indeed backdoors/passageways to the cemetery. J (don't want to reveal his name here) hesitated but revealed that his shop can connect to cemetery and offered to take me in. Jackpot! Ducking under low ceilings and dimly lit stairwells, I emerged out of his shop atop the cemetery wall to a full view of the cemetery, much like a cinematic scene. J then told me to be discreet and avoid ...

Welcome Philippines

A travel blog entry by canadiansmiley

I started around 4am to catch the first subway to the Inchen airport. It was pouring rain in Seoul but even at that time, people were sitting in cafes and chatting! Wonder if koreans ever sleep! The first subway got to the University station at 5:30am. The cheapest way to go to airport is to take the subway around 45min for ...

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This inn, located on 1417 Vito Cruz Extension, Makati, is near Manila Ocean Park, Paco Park, Avilon Zoo, and Pan de Amerikana.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent