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PostSubject: Place to stay: Bethel Guest House   Wed Jul 18, 2007 8:42 pm

Bethel Guest House
If you are a visitor in Dumaguete, there are many places to stay, depending on what kind of ambiance you prefer, your budget of course, the environment, etc. If you want a room to stay within the city, you may try Bethel Guest House. While this hotel may be in the heart of the city, it is located along the famous Dumaguete Boulevard at Rizal Street.
A tip: always ask for a room facing the boulevard, because it gives you a breathtaking view of the Dumaguete sea facing Siquijor.
So Bethel brings a different kind of ambiance, fresh, cool, breeze, shady acacia trees. There are many restaurants and places to eat nearby, as the boulevard is already a commercial area.

One thing unique about Bethel is that it does not allow smoking and drinking. Some visitors are surprised by this. But after a while, the visitor realizes its good that smoking and drinking are not allowed. Anyway you can do these things in nearby restaurants.


So from the airport, from the pier, or from the bus terminal, you can ask the taxi or tricycle driver to bring you to Bethel Guest House. They'll take you there.

The Dumaguete boulevard is a famous Dumaguete landmark. It's a different experience when you are in this place. It's very hard to explain, it's the people who are there when you're there, people jogging, children running, lovers strolling, people selling ma-is, mani, fishers in banka, william lines boat fastcraft arriving, the view, siquijor island in front, sumilon island in the horizon, the breeze, the shades that the acacia trees bring, the pine-looking trees, the noise of pedicabs....it's different.
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