The location three blocks from the beach along with the buzz of being in copocobana really gives you a great sense of living in this wonderful city. The breakfast a sumptious feast of fruit, cereals, egg + bacon, breads, cakes, juices will set you up for a day of sunbathing and sight seeing. The staff are not going to wear you out with chat but they are helpful when you need it and there is a wonderful car service available we hired a car to pick us up from the airport my friend thought he had lost his brand new Ray Ban sunglasses on the plane but shortly after we checked in the driver arrived back to the hotel to hand in the sunglasses he had found them on the back seat after we left!!! We were totally disarmed by this dispay of honesty and we used this car service for all of our sightseeing trips thereafter!!.
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The House of Representatives’ decision was not shocking, however, given that both Duterte and Cayetano have both publicly expressed their personal objections over renewing the media company’s broadcasting license. The only other time the embattled broadcaster was forced to shut down was in September 1972, when it was taken over by the government of then President Ferdinand Marcos, whose cronies later took over its management.Cayetano claimed that the media network’s owners, whom he called “oligarchs,” had protected their business by abusing the system. Ironically, Cayetano seemed to be forgetting that he’s part of a political dynasty himself, his sister Pia is a sitting senator, as was his late father Rene.