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A February 2007 trip to Angeles City by panda2

Doll House Photo, More Photos
Quote: A place where a lot of expats live, traffic snarls, hot climate, and drink is big business here and is evolving.

CRK

Overview

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This was once where US Clark Air Force Base before being abandoned from a volcano eruption. Pristine American 1950s, muscle cars abandoned/left behind from the US servicemen can be seen here, sometimes racing them. Some expats have retired here.One block north of Fields Avenue, running parallel along the same length are for the local Filipino market a long string of small videoke bars each one about the size of a garage open and blaring out loud distorted music with video drowning out each other. I put on ear plugs to lessen the distorted noise while walking through here as they stared at us apparently the non-Filipino apparently doesn't bother to walk down this street. We were in the area...Read More

Sub Delicious

Restaurant

Sub Delicious Photo, Angeles City, Philippines
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Sub Delicious is a 24 hour cafe offering sandwiches, pizza, and desserts. They make a huge pizza that requires two people to move it. They make bread loaves for sale. I ordered their Philly Cheese steak sandwich which was just alright, nothing special.

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on March 3, 2007

Sub Delicious
298 Fields Avenue
Bilbago, Angeles City, Pampanga
+63 045 892-1999

Mo's Place

Restaurant

Mo's Place Photo, Angeles City, Philippines
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Mo's Place it's an open air restaurant, hotel with swimming pool, 2 pool tables, night club, laundry cleaning service, Wi-Fi and broadband Internet, travel agency. We came here only for their food, which offers a wide range of foods from different countries. I ordered eggs Benedict which was alright, no potatoes were included. Open 24 hours, credit cards accepted. We sat facing Fields Avenue people-watching while we had our meals.

Email: mos_trvl@yahoo.com mostravel@hotmail.com

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on March 12, 2007

Mo's Place
Fields Ave. and Santos St.
Angeles City

Zapata's

Restaurant

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Zapata's serves the best and "authentic" Mexican cuisine here in Angeles City according to our host. I ordered their fish dish but it was acceptable but not outstanding. Credit cards accepted.

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on March 18, 2007

Zapata's
488 Don Jucio Avenue
Angeles City 2009

Doll House

Attraction

Doll House Photo,
Quote:
Doll House may be one of the best places to go for lots of good looking girls dancing on stage and have some life to their dancing overall. Sometimes they will serve snack food. If you're interested in taking one of the girls off, pay the off fee and whatever you may arrange. Suggest bringing earplugs for the overly loud music and condoms in case you do engage.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on February 21, 2007

Honky Tonk

Attraction

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Honky Tonk is a simple little bar of the non-go go variety with no wall facing Santos Street with a staff of at least six girls that seem to drape themselves over each customer as they enter this establishment. Popular with expats of different nationalities including Brits, Norwegians, Swedes.Buying a girl a drink is PHP150, which they get a portion of for each drink. It's their job and livelihood to put you at ease, they're quite friendly and after a little while, if you want to take them, a short time (ST) room for business is available on the premise to take a girl, PHP600 for a short time, PHP1200 for a longer time or overnight. It's better for Mama-san if the girls to stay on the premises...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on February 21, 2007

Alaska Club

Attraction

Alaska Club Photo,
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Alaska Club, is another beer and girly bar place where there's seating outside to people watch onto passersby on Fields Avenue or go inside with seating along the walls and a long elevated stage where the girls dance on stage. They played one song, which I really got into, the girls encouraged me to come on stage and danced with them. We had a good time.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on March 12, 2007

Camelot

Attraction

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Camelot, another girly bar among many on Fields Avenue, Balibago area. This one has video monitors playing music videos with girl dancers on stage dancing to its music. They played some hot Latino music which had the place jumping hot. A Mama-san is observed observing her girls serving us drinks, overseeing the girls on stage repositioning them to even out the spacing between the dancers.

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on March 12, 2007

SM City Clark

Attraction

Quote:
SM City Clark, 98,824 square meters built on 16.5 hectares opened May 12, 2006 with anchor tenants: Department Store, Hypermarket; junior anchor tenants: Surplus Shop, Watsons, Our Home, SM Appliance Center, Ace Hardware.

The hypermarket is huge here where you may shop for almost everything under one huge rooftop.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on March 13, 2007

SM City Clark
M.A Roxas Ave., CSEZ
Angeles City, Philippines

Quote:
CRK - Clark International Airport will be developed and operational by 2017; it has been mandated by law, replacing Manila as the new international airport with increased capacity, along with the development of an 88km rail link LRT with Manila (MNL) which is at capacity and cannot expand for increased future demand.

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