Summer Place Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Baguio City is the gateway to North Luzon, home to mummies, caves, hanging coffins and lush mountain forests. A subtropical climate high in the mountains and the last place most travellers to the region consider civilization. It's a great place to stock up on supplies at the giant SM super mall/super market before heading into the mountain villages with little or no ...
8 – La Rock – it reminds me of little hotels on Greek Islands; beautiful, family kind of place; with German and Filipino friendly owners.
Any bus that goes from Manila to Vigan or Laoag will stop in San Fernando. It’s difficult to say how long it might take – anything from 5 to 7-8 hours.
Jeepney from San Fernando (about 10 peso) – ask for San Juan ...
... 12 year old son Ben. Boy is he tall! That evening we were invited to have dinner with the Piets. After dinner Lukas and Brock disappeared somewhere, and Jessney, Noah, Ben, and I played hide and seek for awhile. Later when it was time for bed we went down into our little suite, but where was Lukas? I think he was going to have a sleepover with Brock. The rest of the kids were quite tired and we went to bed. I had a tiring but good ...
... I went for a walk around town and was greeted by a girl who walked up to me and said "hi sir, I like you, do you like me?" I was a little taken back so wasn't sure how to reply so my reply ended up as "errrrrrrrr erm errrr NO!". I walked around Burnham park but resisted hiring a swan shaped pedalo at the lake. I tried lunch at the recommended "cafe by the ruins" and was impressed with my local double fried pork dish with all the trimmings. I then went to see ...
... dry, my head is throbbing painfully and the only thing I can think of is water. In phase one I try to brave it out and fall asleep again. In phase two I try to fight it but fail. So I give up before i reach phase three. I need water desperately!
I get dressed reluctantly and sneak out of my room - ready for my little water-raid. But literally everything is dead: the shop, the bar, the reception. Emma, the owner of Lola Nanny's, is asleep with her two months old baby. In the ...