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guys asa man ang mga motels and drive in hotels sa south? sa Talisay, pardo Area? i only know of queensland Talisay, sa may lawaan ...

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    Default Motels and Drive inns sa South(Talisay, Pardo Area)... help please...


    guys asa man ang mga motels and drive in hotels sa south? sa Talisay, pardo Area?
    i only know of queensland Talisay, sa may lawaan daw... asa man agion

    naa pa lain?

    any suggestions? thanks!

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    Default Re: Motels and Drive inns sa South(Talisay, Pardo Area)... help please...

    if you're south bound right after crossing mananga bridge change heading to 220 degrees SSW.(that't the 1st cornr to the left)
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    Default Re: Motels and Drive inns sa South(Talisay, Pardo Area)... help please...

    been to that place, QL? not bad, 250.. limpyo kau...

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    Default Cheapest lodge or inn here in Cebu?

    whats d cheapest lodge or inn here in cebu??
    my friend is coming 2 stay here in cebu for 2 days... luking for a rum na tag 300 php lang.... matsalams sa mga answers...

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    Default Kalahian sa hotel, motel and pension houses?

    unsa may kalahi an sa aning tolu?

    hotel, motel ug pension haus?

    hehehehe..

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    Default Re: unsa'y kalahi an sa Hotel,Motel and Pension houses....

    A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging, usually on a short-term basis. Hotels often provide a number of additional guest services such as a restaurant, a swimming pool or childcare. Some hotels have conference services and meeting rooms and encourage groups to hold conventions and meetings at their location.[citation needed]

    In Australia or Canada, the word may also refer to a pub or bar. In India, the word may also refer to a restaurant since the best restaurants were always situated next to a good hotel

    Entering dictionaries after World War II, the word motel (blend of "motor" and "hotel" or "motorists' hotel") referred initially to a single building of connected rooms whose doors face a parking lot and, in some circumstances, a common area; or a series of small cabins with common parking. Their creation was driven by increased driving distances on the United States highway system that allowed easy cross-country travel.

    A pension is a family-owned guesthouse or boarding house. This term is used in Spain, Italy and other countries as a synonym of cheap hostel, where one can usually get a room with a shared bathroom. These small businesses may offer special prices for travellers staying more than a week.

    In Switzerland this definition has a wider range. There, these family run guesthouses may be located in historic old buildings, have beautifully designed rooms with private bathrooms and usually have a restaurant for breakfast and dinner. They are less expensive than a full service hotel since they are family run and have limited services beyond lodging and food. A real advantage is ongoing interaction with the owners which may lead to a more enjoyable experience. Don't be surprised to find family antiques and beautiful artwork mixed in as well. Many found in smaller villages in the mountains.

    took all information in wikipedia
    blogjomar and imishb like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vladmire
    A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging, usually on a short-term basis. Hotels often provide a number of additional guest services such as a restaurant, a swimming pool or childcare. Some hotels have conference services and meeting rooms and encourage groups to hold conventions and meetings at their location.[citation needed]

    In Australia or Canada, the word may also refer to a pub or bar. In India, the word may also refer to a restaurant since the best restaurants were always situated next to a good hotel

    Entering dictionaries after World War II, the word motel (blend of "motor" and "hotel" or "motorists' hotel") referred initially to a single building of connected rooms whose doors face a parking lot and, in some circumstances, a common area; or a series of small cabins with common parking. Their creation was driven by increased driving distances on the United States highway system that allowed easy cross-country travel.

    A pension is a family-owned guesthouse or boarding house. This term is used in Spain, Italy and other countries as a synonym of cheap hostel, where one can usually get a room with a shared bathroom. These small businesses may offer special prices for travellers staying more than a week.

    In Switzerland this definition has a wider range. There, these family run guesthouses may be located in historic old buildings, have beautifully designed rooms with private bathrooms and usually have a restaurant for breakfast and dinner. They are less expensive than a full service hotel since they are family run and have limited services beyond lodging and food. A real advantage is ongoing interaction with the owners which may lead to a more enjoyable experience. Don't be surprised to find family antiques and beautiful artwork mixed in as well. Many found in smaller villages in the mountains.

    took all information in wikipedia
    sakto c vladmire

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    Default Re: unsa'y kalahi an sa Hotel,Motel and Pension houses....

    spelling hehe

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    Default Re: unsa'y kalahi an sa Hotel,Motel and Pension houses....

    hotel-pang datu nga chek-inan kung hornie
    motel-pang pobre, pang quickie
    pension house-sakto rag income nga hornie pips, dire chek-in

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    Default Re: unsa'y kalahi an sa Hotel,Motel and Pension houses....

    Quote Originally Posted by vladmire
    A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging, usually on a short-term basis. Hotels often provide a number of additional guest services such as a restaurant, a swimming pool or childcare. Some hotels have conference services and meeting rooms and encourage groups to hold conventions and meetings at their location.[citation needed]

    In Australia or Canada, the word may also refer to a pub or bar. In India, the word may also refer to a restaurant since the best restaurants were always situated next to a good hotel

    Entering dictionaries after World War II, the word motel (blend of "motor" and "hotel" or "motorists' hotel") referred initially to a single building of connected rooms whose doors face a parking lot and, in some circumstances, a common area; or a series of small cabins with common parking. Their creation was driven by increased driving distances on the United States highway system that allowed easy cross-country travel.

    A pension is a family-owned guesthouse or boarding house. This term is used in Spain, Italy and other countries as a synonym of cheap hostel, where one can usually get a room with a shared bathroom. These small businesses may offer special prices for travellers staying more than a week.

    In Switzerland this definition has a wider range. There, these family run guesthouses may be located in historic old buildings, have beautifully designed rooms with private bathrooms and usually have a restaurant for breakfast and dinner. They are less expensive than a full service hotel since they are family run and have limited services beyond lodging and food. A real advantage is ongoing interaction with the owners which may lead to a more enjoyable experience. Don't be surprised to find family antiques and beautiful artwork mixed in as well. Many found in smaller villages in the mountains.

    took all information in wikipedia
    vlad hiliga gud nimo sulod ani sa? anyway thanks for the info diba naay 5 star hotel naa sad ba 5 star motel?

    unsa man tawag ana sa ang kwarto napuno ug mirror hasta ang ceiling?

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