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1. Westin Phil. Plaza sports a refreshing new look (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-28)
2. Comely koi in comely Boracay (Inquirer, 2002-05-23)
3. Experience the ‘aloha spirit’ at The Heritage (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-16)
4. Have a bite-free summer (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
5. At last, Greenhills Theater gets a face-lift (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
6. Dominican garden a monument to the soul (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
7. A quiet cove waiting to be discovered (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
8. Walking around Mehan Garden (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
9. Summer getaway guide (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
10. Marilao church now national shrine of Divine Mercy (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
11. Queen consort of the queen of beaches (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
12. RP gains ground in new tourism markets (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
13. Guide to Manila museums (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
14. Gardens of Porta Verde (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
15. Fiesta express in Bicol (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
16. Sand bites in Puerto Galera (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
17. Where will you go this summer to beat the heat? (Inquirer, 2002-05-10)
18. Cavite coffee fest most likely to be in tourist map (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-10)
19. Plantation Bay: A tropical lagoon resort (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-10)
20. Enjoying Boracay from my balcony (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-10)
21. Exploring 2 virgin caves in one time AN ECSTATIC ADVENTURE (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-10)
22. Punta Baluarte: A paradise by the bay (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-10)
23. Naic unveils Karakol international festival (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-10)
24. Ascension feast at Villa Escudero (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-10)
25. Lawton gets a facelift -- but what about Mehan? (Inquirer, 2002-05-09)
26. St. Joseph Shrine in Batangas marks 237th year (Inquirer, 2002-05-09)
27. Malacañang Museum gets a face-lift (Inquirer, 2002-05-09)
28. Meetings eyed for Cebu (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
29. RP wins award at Berlin tourism meet (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
30. Airlines put off 10% hike in domestic fares (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
31. Full dev’t of Sangley Point in the works (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
32. PAGCOR to help develop Pantabangan resort-hotel (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
33. RP makes waves at Berlin’s Internationale Tourism Borse (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
34. Packaging the RP for domestic and international tourism (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
35. ‘Oplan Kalakbay’ for Lenten travel launched by DoTC (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
36. The amazing beauty of Balayan is its close affinity to history (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
37. Int’l hotel school’s summer classes set (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
38. SM Megatrade Hall venue for e-commerce int’l expo (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
39. Bookings on Asian airlines pick up (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
40. Motorists lament ‘long’drive to city of Baguio (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
41. Gordon foresees brighter prospects for RP tourism (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
42. DOTC declares a 6-month amnesty on banca registration (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
43. Thailand revs up for ASEAN Trade Fair in October (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
44. Aboitiz Air posts rising cargo (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
45. PATA hails 2002 Gold Awardees (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
46. PAL bolsters ‘tourism volunteer’ project of DoT (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
47. Presence of 76 US veterans is highlight of Bataan Day rites (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
48. Amazing virgin cave system found in Samar (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
49. Fall of Bataan (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
50. Tabak Festival:Tabak Festival:A celebration of cityhood (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
51. Amadeo, Cavite holds 11-day coffee festival (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
52. WG&A gears up to better its electronic capabilities (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
53. Adventure tourism also in HK (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
54. Adventure tourism also in HK (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
55. Gordon’s volunteer project brings tourism back to life (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
56. Post-Easter fete at Club Filipino (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
57. Fresh air of optimism (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
58. Boracay back to normal as visitors come in droves (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
59. Sea travel: The SuperFerry experience (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
60. Gordon tells PATA: RP focusing strongly on shorthaul markets (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
61. Asian tourism to rebound next year, ADB reports (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
62. The Regency: Boracay’s grandest treasure (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
63. Pinesbeach Resort’s Tent City beckons to vacationers (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
64. Birds (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
65. Fashion With a Cause: An event to remember (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
66. Philippines gains ground in new tourism markets (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
67. Water Village: A unique dining place in Cavite (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
68. Nayong Pilipino unveils winners in design tilt (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
69. Camp John Hay sets summer art festival for children, adults (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-08)
70. Sept. 11 attack effects to be felt by air industry for years (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-07)
71. Garden & pet show at Greenhills starts (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-07)
72. Free shuttle service for OFWs (Manila Bulletin, 2002-05-07)
 

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