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Dolores Hotel, General Santos City
Part 13 of a series.
From Lake Sebu, the trip back to General Santos took us less than two hours. For much of the bus ride, we were asleep! As we arrived in the Bulaong Terminal, a suspicious-looking guy took my baggage and offered to bring it for me to the tricycle. I said no, no, I can manage and carry it by myself, but he insisted, so I let him. When I was already seated comfortably at the tricycle, the guy was annoyingly demanding for his “pangkape”. Oh gawd, I can’t count how many times I said no, no, no, but then he wouldn’t stop and since I feared that he might hurt me, I gave him P20. Sheeesh!
TIP: When at public transport terminals, be quick as possible. Don’t show signs of being a tourist or a weakling!
We took a quick lunch at Mang Inasal at Robinsons Place and went back to where we stayed on our first night, Hotel Dolores.
Dubbed as “your downtown business hotel”, Dolores Hotel is located at General Santos City’s premier business lane, Santiago Boulevard. The malls are just a tricycle ride away but actually, if you aren’t feeling lazy, you can just walk to the malls. Gaisano, KCC and Robinsons are all on one street! The hotel has 40 standard guestrooms designed for their guests’ utmost comfort and come equipped with cable TV, IDD/NDD telephone. Function rooms are also available for small parties, seminars and meetings.
For more details, you may contact Dolores Hotel at
Santiago Boulevard, General Santos City
Telefax: +63 (83) 552.4139, +63 (83) 552.7128
For the rest of the afternoon, I just slept at the hotel room, LOL, while Eric was blogging at the hotel lobby. The afternoon was boring but the evening was definitely action-packed. Find out why in the next post…
(…to be continued)