Hotel Salcedo De Vigan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... that dates back hundreds of years. It is amazing to think of the history these building have seen and the changes that have occurred around them as they stood tall and steady in their original form. The scene at night was almost like a Dickens novel, rain soaked cobbles reflecting the street lamps that illuminated a beautiful curving street that seemed to continue into the endless distance. It had been a tiring day but worth it to see this gorgeous and quaint little town stuck in ...
... Like Bagnet, Longanisa, Sinagang,Empanada etc.
If you like do shopping this place provide clothes, key chains, hat, magnet etc.
The price was good.
When visit this Cathedral there is a wedding ceremony and I did not come inside.
Can't tell the Altar of this Cathedral.
St. Augustine and Bell Tower
Unfortunately I came here a bit late evening so it's too dark. Can not get a beautiful pictures.
No Admission Fee for ...
... of just Vigan police department. The historical part of Vigan is only six blocks long, so it does not take long to see it. These six blocks is filled with old buildings that contain very old souvenirs and is called the Mestizo District. Mestizo basically means half, so if you are half American half Philippino, you are mestizo. You could joke and say all Philippines people ...
... I had the picture of ladies of leisure wearing long dresses and walking slowly on the cobblestone streets, chit chatting about the weather, holding up their beautiful umbrellas so the sun could not ‘spoil’ their gentle faces. I saw some of them holding men’s arms, walking proudly, smiling gently to their neighbors. I saw some of them taking kalesa, two-wheeled horse-drawn cart, and having a pleasure ride around the city.
... rice terraces was walking on these walls. Rice takes 4 to 6 months to grow, and since it was harvest time, lots of people were out in the fields harvesting their rice. After walking through the beautiful rice terraces we came to an enourmous waterfall, it must have been 20 metres high. Lukas and I waded/swam through parts of the rocky river it created, where the current was not so strong. Every one had a good time. After taking a different route ...