Favorite thing: So we are making our way through the rainforest and I spot a statue from afar. "hmmm" I think to myself, "that looks a bit like JFK, but why would JFK be in the middle of a rainforest int he Philippines?" I quickly decided it was probably a statue of Filipino here, Jose Rizal, but lo and behold, it was indeed a statue of JFK!
if i may ask, ur wife where is she in bacolod city? if shes with in the city i can name names of diff apartment or checp motel that you can rent. but if ur wife is outside the city , just tell me the name of it.
and one more thing, airport is not with in the city of bacolod, its located in silay city which is about 30-45 mins , you need to take a bus or rent a van to get you in bacolod.
well thats for now, just shoot me an email if you have any further question and pls dont forget to answer those question in that way i can assist you further.
Walking the streets. I enjoyed walking the streets experiencing all the vendors and all the curious looks. Oh and please ride the jeepneys while you are there, once you understand there routes they are very useful.
Fondest memory: The people and the smiles, of course!
The courtyard is right in front of The University of St. La Salle. This structure houses Cafe Bob's and a couple of other restaurants, a bookstore, a beauty salon and several clothes stores.
During the day, the place is busy with students and it's difficult to find parking but it's a good place to hang out with locals and university students.
Welcome to the City of Smiles and the home of the Masskara Festival.
* Please have a look and take time to read some words from our City Mayor.
Fondest memory: It will always be Home.
52 San Sebastian Street, ex. Bacolod Executive Inn, Bacolod, 6100, Philippines
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