The Boutique Bed & Breakfast

Address: 45 Aguinaldo Hi-way, Tagaytay, Luzon, Philippines | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 45 Aguinaldo Hi-way, Tagaytay.
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      Travel Blogs from Tagaytay

      Smallest Active Volcano in the World!

      A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Aug 16, 2014

      7 comments, 33 photos

      ... tried to remain unseen to let the others negotiate a good price. If the boat owners see me, the price would double! After settling on a price, we took a strange looking boat that was a cross between a Venetian gondola and a Viking ship about 30 minutes across the lake. On the way, we see a series of house boats and fishing cages. The lake is filled with sardines and a variety of fish and snakes.

      Waiting for us was a ...

      Low key Monday & Tuesday

      A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 24, 2013

      16 photos

      ... s favorite treat. Ube is basically purple yam and is a common flavor for the Filipino taste bud... I don't particularly enjoy it, but I am one of few.

      We came back to Pilar and basically waited for my cousins, Kuya Edwin and Ate Omay to arrive. I had not yet seen them on my visit yet and was happy to finally have their company! Ate Omay is one of the BEST cooks of Filipino food I know and my only request was that she make me pancit and barbecue ...

      Pilgrimage Sunday

      A travel blog entry by ellainecabellon on Jul 14, 2013

      11 photos

      ... the traffic here!" It could've been worse, but we arrived in Antipolo a little before 11am but were unsure how to get to the church. As we approached the village narrow streets filled with vendors on either side, a young man motioned for us to follow him... perhaps we looked like a car full of people heading to church who were lost, but he was hell bent on leading us to the church. He ran along side the car, but mostly ahead of us because traffic was so bad. ...

      Hair raising visit to the Taal volcano

      A travel blog entry by bridportwendy on Jul 06, 2013

      ... with hundreds of street stalls blocking all walkways and risking life and limb
      to cross any roads it gets really exciting. The security guards at the station check all the backpacks and the whistles from the platform guards are quite deafening. The locals were looking at us as we did stand out and I think they thought we were nuts!! So do I.

      Well we ate at a chinese cafe, avoided all the other street stalls and managed to find our way back to the ...

      Viva No Lava!

      A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 16, 2012

      19 photos

      ... of the tricycle, I could glimpse out to the Taal volcano island as we were actually on the ridge of the larger crater. Truly scenic!

      Modes of Transport to Volcano Island
      Wasting no time, I arranged for Michael (my tricycle driver) to meet me at 230 pm in the lobby for the afternoon's volcanic excursion. It took another hour snaking down the winding road to the lake. The boat ride to the island was slow enough for me to enjoy the scenic views of the ...