Anito Sta. Mesa Hotel

4502 Old Sta. Mesa St, Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, 1008, Philippines | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Manila

Philippines- Discovering one's heritage

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey


... it and was pronounced the rightful owner of the mixed casserole. Other things to note in Boracay were the many adventure walks. Darcy, if born in another era, would be a famous explorer. I'm sure Christopher Columbus wouldn't have claimed much under his name if Darcy would have been around during his time. Anyways, Darcy lead us to many places around the island where I'm sure not many tourists end up seeing. He even discovered a seafood market while going on a 6am walk in search of ...

Experiencing "True Manila"

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_ed


... accustomed to living. Moving out there would mean better shelter, but not necessarily the quality of life they know. I also learned that there are families who end up selling the homes provided as assistance from the government, only to move back to what they know. I was left speechless.

Here are a few images from San Andres. I provided a description in each of the images so be sure to open each one.


Shopping and eating

A travel blog entry by kyley

... br> Internet cafes are not as easy to use as I remembered. Now they're mostly used by 12 year old boys playing video games, and they crowd around behind me and watch what I'm going which is awkward.
Having a computer also means I can phone and Skype, so I got to chat with my parents which was wonderful!

It's been great to be back to Manila- I'm ...

Intramurous and Manila Bay

A travel blog entry by asiancowboy18


... this tour if you want to know some milestones of Filipino history.

During the tour Grace pointed out some areas across the river, mainly Chinatown and Tondo. Tondo is supposed to be the roughest and most poverty ridden area in Manila. It is built on a former rubbish dump which is now home to half a million people. It is where a lot of refugees from other countries and unregistered people ...

Flying first class to...

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike


... we were greeted by rose petals scattered all around the room, candles on the floor and a gorgeous bouquet of roses and tropical flowers in celebration of our anniversary (2 years, can you believe it?). It was such a nice surprise and it just added to the luxury that was our hotel. We were then given a three course dinner with 3 different entrees, an appetizer and mango crepes for dessert. After a welcome like that, we were anxious to see what the rest of our trip had in ...


This hotel, located in the Santa Mesa area of Manila, is near Intramuros, Manila Ocean Park, Fort Santiago, and Paco Park.
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