Sunday, February 28, 2010

The Venetian Mall, McKinley Hill - Fort Bonifacio



venetian mall mckinley fort bonifacioDuring one of our meetings, Simon and I had the chance to roam around in the Commerce & Industry Plaza at Megaworld Corporation’s 50-hectare township project at McKinley Hill in Fort Bonifacio. And seemingly at the center of the place is the Venetian Mall, which kind of looks like a modern-day cathedral but actually houses a bunch of restaurants.

Simon and I didn't eat there (the shots of me eating are actually from SM City Manila), but we did try out the restroom at Venetian Mall, which was pretty nice. Since we had been walking for most of the day under the heat of the sun and were quite sticky with sweat and pollution, we took the chance to wash our faces (hilamos). Oh, and I dried off using the air-dryer.

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1 comment:

Oskar said...

Looks a bit like an entirely different world, with lots of office spaces around it, I presume.

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