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 …
... there are exceptions to that 'smiley face country’ rule:)
Honestly, I have never seen so many such a nice, kind, friendly, smiley, helpful people as in Philippines. One of them said that they developed this friendly attitude as they went for years and years of hardship. Well, I know nations that went through hardship and they are left with complains and victim attitude.
The small kids, when they are 3 or 4, go to kindergarten; then ...
... to us. A pork stir fry with saifoon noodles, a vegetable stir fry with lots of different vegetables, grilled chicken, rice, kang kong, and a really great potato salad using some ingredients we still haven't identified but, we plan to search for a recipe online at some point. I thought maybe some coconut milk was used but, we aren't sure. Unfortunately, we didn't get to ask the cook. After lunch, Jun took us back to the bus terminal where we caught ...
... arrived in Baguio around 2. After a snack of a halo-halo (shaved ice with cream, jellies, ube paste, ube ice cream, red beans, and granola), I visited the Baguio museum. Next, I stopped at the mall to use up a few hours - I saw Puss in Boots in 3D, ate some junk food (the "special" at the cinema is a combo of popcorn, drink, and a donut for a couple dollars) and did some internet. At 11:15, I caught the Express bus back to Manila.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Not so bad i you're staying overnight and the cheapest i can find online.
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