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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Travel Hotel Baguio
It was a last minute booking...via email thanks to Victory Liner for free wi-fi access and to Mr. Eugene and co. for accommodating my last minute request to reserve a room for my family...they even allow us to an early check-in without charge by 6am and allow us to leave our bags after checking out the next day...again without charge...Two thumbs up for the service....the room is quite ok, with the breaktaking view of burnham park ..
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... Also, it was interesting to meet a family and be in a home in a town that had been a touristy experience just a few days before. We got up early Sunday morning and took a taxi as close as we could get to the parade route. By 6:30 the streets were already crowded! Some people had camped out in Burnham Park, and apparently if you want a really good spot you have to get there by 5ish. We didn`t feel that strongly about it, but we ended up with ...
... in this entry I'm afraid. Normal business will resume shortly. ;)
PS. Chris has just pointed out that the photos I've included are rather random and don't really go with my (serious) story! Well when we arrived in Manila, we decided we wanted to do something 'fun' - so we went to Manila's Ocean Park, which is kind of like a small Sea World crossed with a casino! So of course I had to try on all the animal hats in the shop, after a welcome-to-Manila cocktail!
... Besame Mucho to a soaring rendition of Adele's Someone Like You accompanied by guitar, they kept guests entertained and, I, for one, was rather impressed.
I'm really glad we found this little oasis of calm. It has been priceless to help alter our states of mind after coming off a rather frazzled year and various stresses right up till the point we stepped out the door at home. I never knew I would have to learn how to relax!
... de sal...bread rolls. I find it ironic that thousands of Filipino families are sending their young away from home to this polluted town to become educated in hopes of bettering their lives...and in fact...endangering their health by doing so.
The other thing that stood out to Dave and I about this town is that it is the first town we've been to in the Philippines where the drivers do not seem to respect pedestrians. In fact, there are ...
... to come. It was always too closely associated with America in my mind, so not exotic. Too bad that influence never crossed over to the supermarkets, which look like a Chinese Ma and Pa store got bigger without getting any better. They’re pretty shabby, and no brown rice either. That’s too bad. Otherwise Filipino food is pretty good, and the breakfasts are the stuff of Filipino lumberjack legend. I don’t even want to know ...