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July 11, 2010 second Sunday of the month
FREE FEU Art Deco and Heritage Trees Tour
Pre-registration is required until July 9, 2010 / Full names/ Contact information and if the person will bring camera.
Tour areas: FEU campus, buildings, architecture, Manansala art works, Simon Saulog , Carlos Botong Francisco art works, Napoleon Abueva , and landscaped gardens of the campus.

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July 18, 2010 third sunday of the month - FREE Postal Heritage Walking Tour

Tour areas: Arroceros Forest Park , Metropolitan Theater, Manila Central Post Office, Postal Museum and Library , National Press Club , Intendencia , Plaza Mexico , Plaza Roma
Assembly Place: Liwasang Bonifacio- fountain area
Assembly Time : 12:30 PM to 1PM
Photography is allowed !!!!

Pre-registration is until July 10, 2010 ( first register, first policy ) No fees collected.

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  • What's the catch???
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    poknat09 wrote: »
    July 11, 2010 second Sunday of the month
    FREE FEU Art Deco and Heritage Trees Tour
    Pre-registration is required until July 9, 2010 / Full names/ Contact information and if the person will bring camera.
    Tour areas: FEU campus, buildings, architecture, Manansala art works, Simon Saulog , Carlos Botong Francisco art works, Napoleon Abueva , and landscaped gardens of the campus.

    Just PM the author for more information

    July 18, 2010 third sunday of the month - FREE Postal Heritage Walking Tour

    Tour areas: Arroceros Forest Park , Metropolitan Theater, Manila Central Post Office, Postal Museum and Library , National Press Club , Intendencia , Plaza Mexico , Plaza Roma
    Assembly Place: Liwasang Bonifacio- fountain area
    Assembly Time : 12:30 PM to 1PM
    Photography is allowed !!!!

    Pre-registration is until July 10, 2010 ( first register, first policy ) No fees collected.

    Just PM the author
  • Up to how many can you accommodate on the Postal Heritage Walking Tour?
  • I joined the Postal Heritage Tour last month. Lawrence, our guide, was very much enthusiastic in showing us around. It was a treat being able to explore the Metropolitan Theater, Arroceros Park, and the Manila Post Office. We didn't get to finish the tour, though. Pagod na kami by 6pm and we just decided to eat dinner na lang. We ran behind schedule because our guide was interviewed by Mariz Umali of GMA 7. I don't think anyone finished the tour kaya super sad si Lawrence. We got free snacks and were given stamps as gifts (courtesy of Filipinas Stamp Collectors' Club). *okay*
  • sisyphus wrote: »
    Up to how many can you accommodate on the Postal Heritage Walking Tour?

    Lawrence said they try to limit the participants to 20 para easier to manage. However, when we joined the tour there were as many as 50 people yata. Marami raw nakiusap, mostly photography enthusiasts.
  • This sounds nice.. =)
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