There simply is just not enough time, or space here, for me to truly get into my day spent at the National Museum. Let me just say, that from my first exposure to Juan Luna's Spoliarium, to the National Mural of Philippine History, to the complete Sperm Whale skeleton, this was one of the most awesome outings I've had, on any visit, to any country.
It strands several buildings, and sits across from the Golf Course of the Old Fort Bonafacio, and is in a very busy portion of the city. But our taxi was able to drive to the front door, and we spent the rest of the day, wandering. There were also street vendors available, in between buildings, and we enjoyed some street food.
All in all, I'd go again, and I'm sure, enjoy it nearly as much as I did the first time I saw it, and I highly recommend it to anyone new to the Philippines, or in Manila for the first time.
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