Tagaytay Econo Inn
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It was rainy Sunday when we decided to go Tagaytay. It's my wife's first time to go there.
... Once we finally made it to the top, we enjoyed a beautiful view of the caldera below which encompasses another lake. If you look close you can see some areas of boiling water and red soil. The last eruption was in 1965 and caught everyone off guard. Unfortunately, about 200 people were killed. Now there are scientists that live on the mountain and monitor daily activity. Along the rim of the volcano there are vendors selling ...
The main reason why my family wanted to go to Tagaytay is Ilog ni Maria. Other places we visited along the way were just added bonus to the trip. ;)
My sister-in-law loved their soaps. They are not just sweet smelling but it is really effective if you have a teenager who is having problems with acne or other skin irritation. My mom, on the other hand, loved their massage oils because they smell good, ...
... craving a thick Red Robin burger now though... thankfully, I already have plans to hit it up on Saturday when I get home :)
Marnie had suggested to her parents that they take me to a Starbucks that has a view of the lake and the volcano while in Tagaytay since most of the hotels/resorts now only allow guests take in the view from their respective spots. We located the Starbucks and it, indeed, had a pretty spectacular view of the lake and ...
... s being staying at Ate Baby's, so we sat and chatted for a bit when we arrived from our day trip. She pulled out some old pictures from our family visits in the 80s and 90s. :) Fond memories for sure!
It looks like they are calling for more rain tomorrow so it looks like my spa day is a definite go for tomorrow! I'm going to go all out this time and spend a few hours there... for less than $100, I can't go wrong. :)