Hotel Supreme Convention Plaza
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nice place! be back soon! yahhhooo!!!
After a week in Manila it was time to say goodbye to John, Enah, Jun and Mama and head north, first to Baguio and then up the coast to Vigan.
Baguio provided some relief from the humidity of Manila as its perched high in the hills and much cooler than the city. Not the most scenic or interesting city, but after 7 hours on the bus we were …
... over the SM mall. The weather is colder in Baguio due to the altitude. Even I threw on a hoddie to stay warm. We visit SM food court for a bite to eat, and as usual we order too much food and stuff ourselves. This time I try Bulalo soup. It is basically a cut of beef shank still on the bone with the bone marrow still present to eat. We usually eat at places like ...
... arrived and it was only the following morning when we slept in past 9am (it was still dark) that we realised the window looked out onto an interior wall so no natural light. Still our little cave room was ok, just 2 nights stay.
We had breakfast, the choice was American or Filippino Breakfast, we chose American and wished we hadn’t! It wasn’t great and I didn’t eat it, so maybe the Filippino breakfast next time!
Walking boots on we set off to explore ...
... inquiry. And totally unexpectedly, they offer to show us the house where the birthfather lived. Five officers jump in a van, and we follow them (in TinTin) down the narrow roads of this tiny town. The motorcade (as it felt like) stopped in front of this basic house made from concrete blocks with a steel roof with thatch. Two officers jump out, and explain the purpose of our visit to an older lady answering the door, who later appeared to be the birth father's first cousin. Before ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Supreme Convention Plaza Baguio
Not so bad i you're staying overnight and the cheapest i can find online.
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