Alfonso Hotel

Address: #4 Washington Ave., Royale Tagaytay Estates, Tagaytay, Luzon, 4123, Philippines | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on #4 Washington Ave., Royale Tagaytay Estates, Tagaytay.
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    Higher elevations :)

    A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 01, 2015

    ... br> After lunch, Ate Baby and Kuya Ronnie brought us to the hotel to check in and settle in. The hotel itself is beautiful and offers a pretty awesome view of the lake and volcano as well. There's a game room, an infinity pool and gym as well (so we can burn off all these calories we've been enjoying... yea right!)

    We went on a little adventure earlier and walked down the street to check out the ...

    Low key Monday & Tuesday

    A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 24, 2013

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    ... just not good. I'm so glad I got to see her though!

    Anyway, after dinner at Kuya Edwin and Ate Omay's, it was back home for my second to last night of sleep here in the Philippines. Today is my LAST day here and it is so bittersweet. Most likely, my next entry will be either written in the sky, or in Manassas, VA. Today, I will enjoy these last moments with my family (including getting a pedicure and manicure) and packing - exciting, I know!


    Pilgrimage Sunday

    A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 14, 2013

    11 photos

    ... the traffic here!" It could've been worse, but we arrived in Antipolo a little before 11am but were unsure how to get to the church. As we approached the village narrow streets filled with vendors on either side, a young man motioned for us to follow him... perhaps we looked like a car full of people heading to church who were lost, but he was hell bent on leading us to the church. He ran along side the car, but mostly ahead of us because traffic was so bad. ...

    A Happy Sunday in the Philippines

    A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 08, 2013

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    ... house and could see LOTS of people between the cracks, and tables dressed in white linen and chairs covered with linens and pink and purple covers! When I walked through, they all screamed "SURPRISE!" Woah. As they began to sing "Happy Birthday" I looked around and saw familiar faces and new faces alike, including my future sister in law, Angela! As I went around greeting and kissing each family member, I was overwhelmed with emotion and ...

    Hair raising visit to the Taal volcano

    A travel blog entry by bridportwendy on Jul 06, 2013

    ... was becoming a bit ho hum now. I was in the sidecar and Sam was sidesaddle on the bike. We had no idea that it was going to be 20 kms. It is really interesting travelling down hill sitting 2ft off the road in an open sidecar travelling at motorbike speed. The road was steep and winding with signs all the way saying dangerous bends and road slips. We nearly hit a couple of buffalo resting on the road as well as the odd dog. In some places there were rocks which ...