The Sto. Nino Shrine. It displays the fortune and previous properties of the Marcoses. Managed now by the PCGG, the Santo Niño Shrine, one of the 29 presidential rest houses that the late Pres. Ferdinand Marcos had built. There is an Olympic sized swimming pool the behind the building. The entrance to the Shrine, you could see the Santo Niño is at the far end of the entrance. On both sides are a number of guest rooms with various themes. Santo Niño, a representation of the infant Jesus Christ, is the patron saint of Leyte. I wonder why the hell it was called the Sto. Nino Shrine where all I can see are the relics and antiques of the Marcoses. It just reminds me of how poor Filipinos are while the family are enjoying all the glamor in the world. The entrance fee was ridiculous and there was even a what they call "camera fee". And i wonder where will the money will proceed then. I suggest this Heritage should be sold and the earnings will proceed to the victims of injustices and their families, during the Martial Law era. I didn't enjoy the whole tour actually, I went out and ate and drank a lot of buko juice for i was thirsty already half of the tour. It was humid inside the buildings and I'm not really getting my money's worth or at least it was not worth of my precious leisure time. What a waste!