Inn Rocio

Address: 68 Kisad road, Baguio, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 68 Kisad road, Baguio.
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      Travel Blogs from Baguio

      Gateway to the Cordilleras

      A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Jan 10, 2014

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      ... till daylight then wandered through the town down to the Baguio Village Inn as it's the only cheap place listed in LP {350 pesos a room}. I arrived there at about 7:30am and was expecting to have to wait until maybe 9 or 10am to check-in but was told i would have to wait until the afternoon for some reason or other i didn’t quite follow. I thus had some breakfast, left my pack with them and ...

      Back to Baguio

      A travel blog entry by avaslotman on Jun 24, 2012


      ... was the only one. After playing in the ocean we continued driving to Baguio. The drive down took 5 hours though it was not very tiring. Back in Baguio we went straight to the Piets. We relaxed that afternoon and just played. The next morning Lukas went out with Brock and his friends and we took a taxi (we were not alowed to drive on Mondays because every day the cars with licensplates ending in a certain number were not allowed ...

      Thai vs. Phili

      A travel blog entry by zoeraissakis on Jul 23, 2011

      ... there are buses in the Philippines but you can't just book a super convenient Deluxe Aircon Overnight bus at your hostel. No pickup-service picks you up at 4am and takes you to the airport or drops you right in front of your intended destination. Figuring out when buses go is a different level due to the fact that timetable do not exist. You either flag down a bus on the street or find the ...

      Breathtaking Benguet!

      A travel blog entry by golakwatsera on Jan 22, 2011

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      ... museum (the Kabayan National Museum and Bencab Museum) to name some that houses their artworks.
      We never had the chance to experience their famous caves, the Balatoc Mines Tour and the trekking in Mt. Pulag (known as the playground of the Gods and is the 2nd largest mountain in the Philippines) but who knows that on our next visit, this will be my next ...

      Christmas in September

      A travel blog entry by haleytravels on Sep 22, 2010

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      ... is the anticipation and appreciation for a time that we can set aside specifically for family and worm fuzzy feelings. Perhaps Filipinos are simply better at carrying on the Christmas jolly than the rest of us.

      Uniforms are more prevalent here than at home. Every school has a strict uniform and dress code. It usually involves slacks for guys and long skirts (mid shin) for girls. There are also uniforms for the university students. ...