One Tagaytay Place Hotel Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... specialty - I guess you can say its a soup that's main ingredient that gets people going wild for it is the bone marrow. There are plenty of people who enjoy the bone marrow, my husband included... but I passed on that. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the soup portion and everything else we ate. The restaurant had a spectacular view of Taal Lake and the Volcano that sits in the middle of it. Overall, a fantastic ...
... but turns out, the store we were heading to was also a Balikbayan Handicrafts store and when my Ate Baby asked if they would have a carving there, the man informed her that that store was closed and was now just a warehouse for their stock. If that's not a sign from God, I don't know what is! :) We hung around the store and I picked up some pasalubung for friends and family - I DO like to shop, you know! When it was time to check out, the salespeople ...
... it's my Dad... but little do they know, its just a box mix!) Ate Babylou decided to join us for another adventure today too!
Antipolo is about a 2 hour drive from Pilar so we set off a little before 9am. Luckily, the church in Antipolo holds mass every hour, so no matter what time we got there, we would get to a mass. Considering it was Sunday, we really weren't expecting there to be much traffic... but as Kuya Ronnie said, "you can ...
... able to say a prayer before the relic of St. Therese and then we found our way to the (air conditioned!) adoration chapel which was beautiful (and cool!) After the rush of the morning, we stopped for breakfast at the "Pancake House" where I enjoyed, not pancakes, but longanisa and rice... YUM, a traditional Filipino breakfast. As much as I love pancakes, I can have that anywhere in the states, but longanisa, ONLY IN THE PHILIPPINES!
A visit to the Taal Volcano is made to sound so easy - just grab a bus and head to the coast. We found the right bus and travelled for two and half hours to Tagaytal. The trip took us past all the make shift shacks and shops. Every inch had something built on it. These people are so very good at utilizing everything.
We were dropped off in the town and found a great local cafe to eat. Having mastered the bike thinggy (tricycle) Sam negotiated a ride down to the ...