All the good stories about Baguio – the cold weather, the strawberries and the zigzag road to the city were all, but stories for me until I experienced the Summer Capital of the Philippines last
Tuesday week (delayed posting for this story because I was in the mountains :))
Van 1: I, Duane, Seph, Aisa, Trice and Anagon
Photo taken by Tracy, grabbed from @anagon
The room has the usual hotel necessities: toiletries, flat iron, safety box, mini bar, kettle and complimentary bottled water for 3. The bathroom has a working hot and cold shower and toiletries are replenished everyday.
Read Duane’s Azalea experience here.
For lunch, we usually had the favorite Filipino dishes complete with Kare-kare and Bagnet. Tradisyon’s Kare-kare is very nutty and served with beef and veggies. One of the few Kare-kare recipes I enjoyed.
Then, of course, let’s not forget the turn down service.