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Continental Bermuda Inn
Philippines

Davao's Coolest and romantic place to stay. The Continental Bermuda Inn located along J. P. Cabaguio Avenue  Bajada, Davao City. Nearby Landmark is Plaza Roman and Sky Cable Office. 

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Uploaded: 20/01/2012
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