Bye Bye Baguio City

Posted by jun auza On 4/11/2009
Our stay in the Summer Capital of the Philippines is over. We are now heading to Subic Bay for some sunshine. I’m going to miss Baguio City for sure mainly because of its pleasant weather and ultra-fresh fruits and vegetables.

Though we didn’t do a lot in our 5-day stay in Baguio, I was pretty happy simply because I get to bond with my family and just relax. With the hassles of work and all, I really cherish those last few days I stayed in that laid-back city.

With my healthy goal still intact, I get to run in Baguio since we were staying in a place with an outdoor track and field oval nearby. I usually ran at around 9 a.m. and though the sun is shining, the temperature remained cool. I wish Bohol has a temperate climate too so that I can jog anytime I want.

For my fellow WiFi-hotspot-seeking-techies, here are some of the places to visit in Baguio City:

Starbucks (SM City)
Seattle’s Best (SM City)
Cordillera Coffee (SM City)
Figaro Coffee Shop(Camp John Hay)
Starbucks (Camp John Hay)
Cafe’ Zola (Session Road)
Half Moon Restaurant (Minesview)
Petron Treats (BGH Store)

I’ve been to Baguio three times already, and I recommend that first-timers should go to these tourist attractions:

* Burnham Park


* Session Road


* Baguio Cathedral


* Camp John Hay


* The Mansion


* Wright Park


* Mines View Park


* Botanical Garden


* Philippine Military Academy


Coming up next, our Subic escapade :-)

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