Summer Place Hotel
Travel Blogs from Baguio
... downpour aside, we safely got out of the bus into a passing cab which whisked us out of Baguio's busy city center to the quiet rolling hills of Camp John Hay, a former US military site turned tourist destination. Late last night while researching accommodation options, I came across a deal for the newest hotel at this highland retreat. And, upon realizing that today, in USA time, is actually our civil marriage anniversary, I decided to splurge and book us ...
... have had to pay even if we had arranged it online ourselves and it saved us from a lot of leg work to get it to happen the next day. That was our primary goal and that was all we really cared about, so we were happy. Also, the food was geared toward American
tastes, making it pretty bland and at this point that was actually a good thing for us. We were just starting to get our appetites back and good old American standards like Clubhouse ...
... et pollué que Manille... des nuages noirs de fumée de diesel s’élèvent dans les rues en côte, nous qui pensions arriver dans une ville paisible au milieu des montagnes ... Enfin, au moins ici, il fait moins chaud ! On est même obligé de mettre un pull le soir !
On s’impregne bien de la vie locale au marché qui s’étend sur plusieurs rues. Marché avec tous ...
... 14 92; המוני 14; הזדחל 92; עקב הפקקי 01; הרבים שמציפ 97;ם את מנילה בכל שעות
היממה. הישרא 00;ים שחיים ...
... After much debate 'confirmed' that the bus could drop me off there... middle of nowhere. Found myself looking up a very steep trail in blazing heat with a 40lbs bag on my back! Had to ditch the bag in some bushes after 20 minutes - wasn't going to make it. Realized shortly thereafter that my sunscreen, passport and all of my money was in that bag! Caught up to three Filipinos after a while who were investigating a school at the top of the mountain for a ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center