El Juliana

Corner Liberation and Quirino Streets, Vigan, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Corner Liberation and Quirino Streets, Vigan.
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Travel Blogs from Vigan

Little Vigan stop off

A travel blog entry by amyandrich on Jul 27, 2013

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So we left the house, Saturday at 4:30am, we had about an 8 hour drive ahead of us for a nights stay in San Fernando before we went back to Angeles.

About half way, we stopped in Vigan City. It is a World Heritage Site in that it is one of the few Hispanic towns ...

Horse drawn carriages and cobbled streets

A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 24, 2013

12 photos

... old ancestral homes that lined it and ducked into a few shops along the way. We headed up to the amazing cathedral that stood in front of a huge town plaza before making our way to our second museum and ancestral family home of Padre Burgos. We had wondered why there were so many Padre Burgos Streets in this country and normally streets are named after famous Philippinos so we were eager to find out what he had done. Interestingly he was from Vigan. Father Jose Burgos was a ...

Vigan in an Afternoon

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 13, 2012

15 photos

... looked out to the sea expecting some threatening dark clouds of Typhoon Bopha but the sky was clear as mud. Every town that bus passengers alighted along the way was dotted by McDonalds and/or Jollibee.

Vigan Plaza Hotel
It was nearly 330 pm when I arrived in Vigan and walked my way from the market into town. Hem Apartelle (a posh looking hotel) only had dormitory beds left - at a ripoff of 1000 php a night. Went up further for other options ...

Vigan, moving back in time

A travel blog entry by ulka on Oct 03, 2012

60 photos

... front of the bus, closing her eyes from time to time and holding the bible. When she finished, she gave little envelopes to everyone and after few minutes she collected them with some donations from passengers. I thought 'what a wonderful idea for a business!’ I am not sure how much she collected as Filipinos already pay their due to the Churches. The rule is that the church member is obliged to pay 10% of his salary to the church. That might explain ...

Rice terraces and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 23, 2012

2 comments, 10 photos

... path is so steep that most of it consists of stair steps. We wind down at a reasonable clip, but find ourselves being passed by locals, many of them older than us, and carrying a 100 lbs bag of rice on their head. As we continue down the path, we imagine that everything in the village below us, every sheet of roof metal, every bag of cement, every stick of lumber, must have been hand carried down this 'road'.
Passing through the village ...