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Glad my driver decided to stop here so I could visit. I love history and museums, so I was happy the house had been restored and open to the public. Entrance is 50 pesos. It would have been helpful if there had been a guide...More
The place is just a few minutes away from the sand dunes and they ask for 30 pesos entrance for adults and 10 for kids. I feel grateful to have visited this place, even though it was intentionally made as a residential abode of the...More
You will be brought back to the history. The house is owned by the Marcoses. The house is preserve from the furnitures, bed and paintings. You will also discover the late president projects when he was still in office.
It was a grand house and loved the use of sturdy premium wood all over the house. It was also a peek into the lives of the former occupants. Worth a visit if part of a package, otherwise I wouldn't pay for it separately. Not...More
A huge mansion to describe, I dont know if they also own the lake beside (Paoay Lake) All parts of the house is spacious. But they have to put more information's about Marcos' life. To some up, it is really a historical place. Should be...More
Accessible by tricycle for hire in laoag city it is located in paoay a different municipality of ilocos norte. Once you enter the house you will understand why former president marcos loves the place. You can feel the breeze from paoay lake all over the...More
A friend took us here. I'm not a fan of dictators, so for me, this was a waste of time. They use it as a wedding and party venue. The only plus was that the store had some nice local woven blankets, at a better...More