Hotel Salcedo De Vigan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... lt;/b>- pottery <b>Crisologo museum</b>- old residence of Floro Crisologo, the author of SSS and father of the infamous Bingbong Crisologo <b>Calle crisologo</b>- the preserved, cobblestone street.The main attraction of Vigan <b>Baluarte</b>- a mini zoo off the city owned by Gov. Chavit Singson known for housing a white tiger but I have to say I'm not a fan of this place. <b>Hidden Garden</b> No entrance for all of these except ...
... a sweat in the midday heat carrying fairly heavy rucksacks! So after a quick change into our swimmers we went off to find the pool for a nice refreshing dip. You wouldn't believe the state of this pool, it was by far the most disgusting swimming pool I have ever seen! It looked like it hadn't been used for years, there was what looked like mould on the surface and it was covered in bird faeces. It was that dirty you couldn't even see past the ...
... knowing nothing of the continent, those who think a Greyhound bus in the USA is slumming it.
Up at 4am. Again. Still with this ridiculously heavy cold/virus thing that just won't go away. Blood pours from my nose each and every morning. Too many early morning starts. I need some sleep. No chance of that on the bus. Country music and more MOR tunes than you can think of keep us awake, with headaches, all the way to whatever destination we seek. And the buses are always full ...
... as you see the hotel, you will see the beautiful architecture of the building and those surrounding it. Not only that, but the location is very accessible to go to the different sites, it is also a well-known photo spot for people who like to take pictures. After checking in the hotel, we went to different historical landmarks in Vigan and savor the rich scenery Vigan has to offer. After ...
... and a real lesson finding out about what Padre Burgos did for the country but by this point we were a little tired and so decided to do the honourable thing and get a horse drawn carriage to take us around the town...just would have been rude not to! Our horse, "Pamela Anderson" (unbelievable!), and driver took us to see some of the towns other sights including the bell tower of a local church that holds 5 huge bells which are no longer rung for fear of the structure ...