27 Jun 2012
Last June 4 one of our readers had emailed me. Unfortunately, I don't check my email regularly so I didn't get to reply to her email, copy of which is pasted below:
I've been searching a lot and also reading you're blog as well and thanked God i found your's
I hope you guy's can help me :D
Mag wowork na po kasi ako sa Antel building alam ko na po kung san yung unloading.. since my map
po dun sa blog post nyo. ( i attached the file poh :D)
eto po yung mga question ko:
- saan po yung mga jeep pa ayala kung galing ako sa MRT ayala (wala po kasing map)
and i've tried to google d ko po makita ang sabi nyo po sa likod ng shell gas station my map po ba kyo?
- pano nman po yung pauwi. pabalik ng mrt,. saan po yung mga jeep station kung galing ako
ng antel building? my map din po ba kyo?
will wait for your reply po :D will start my job this June 8
The reason I don't log in to my email as frequent as I should is the fact that it's the Blogger that I always open to check for new comments. Even if I am not about to publish a new post, I log in to my Blogger regularly to publish valid comments while deleting those from spammers. For me, questions from readers are with utmost priority. I also check our Facebook page for those who post their questions on our wall and timeline, to answer their questions on how to get to their specific destination. To Camille, our email sender, please accept my apology.
Here's how to get to the terminal of jeepneys that you need to ride from MRT Ayala Station to the buildings along and near Ayala Ave.
Take a look at first map below. As you can see all you need to do is to exit MRT-3 Ayala Station via North Exit or the exit that goes down to the northbound lane of EDSA where buses are headed to Monumento, Fairview, Cubao, Novaliches, etc. Follow the red arrow in the map and walk towards the corner of McKinley Rd which is the opposite road of Ayala Avenue. Cross the road and go straight to the back of Shell Station which is located at the other corner of EDSA and McKinley.
There you will see two terminals of jeepneys - the first is for jeepneys bound for Market Market and next to it are the jeepneys with "Ayala-Washington" sign. Get there and board the jeep (Ayala-Washington) being filled with passengers which is the one you need to ride to get to the buildings discussed in our series of posts entitled "How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT" with their links listed below next to this map:
Part 1 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT
Part 2 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT II
Part 3 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT III
Part 4 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT IV
Part 5 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT V
Part 6 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT VI
Part 7 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT VII
Part 8 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT VIII
Part 9 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT IX
Part 10 - How To Get To Buildings Along & Near Ayala Avenue From MRT X
Loading Only & Unloading Only areas along Ayala Ave
In our second map, below are the Loading & Unloading Bay locations along Ayala Ave from EDSA. You need to move the map to see the whole stretch of Ayala Ave. To do that, left-click your mouse and hold (press left button of mouse and hold), then drag the map to desired direction, in this case, towards southeast for you to see the loading and unloading signs along Ayala Ave. You should see little hand icon while moving the map. Please click each icon to make sure what it is meant.
How To Return To MRT Ayala Station From Any Building Along Ayala Avenue
Just go to the Loading Zones (refer to the second map) nearer to you via walkways and underpasses, wait for the same jeepney - the one with "Ayala-Washington" signs on both sides and "Ayala MRT EDSA" in its front.
This guide is to be used in conjunction with the directions to the buildings along Ayala Ave from MRT. So, if you don't know the nearest loading or unloading area to your building destination, please read the articles on how to get to buildings in Ayala Ave from MRT. Just click the links I mentioned above (below the first map).
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