When in Baguio City
— Matsuo Basho
My most awaited moment has finally come. Every year, I always see to it that I could go back and visit my second home - Baguio City! The place brings in nostalgic memories. And most of all, I am always looking forward to coming home every christmas as the place is filled with christmas spirit. As you walk in the long path of Session road, the buildings are full of lights and along the streets, you would hear christmas songs, not to mention the cold weather that makes you think of a white snowy christmas!
I decided to stay at Forest House (http://foresthouse.com.ph)A cozy and a very nice place to stay. It is located in Loakan Road just near the famous Camp John Hay. If you want a place that you can be comfortable just like your home. I would suggest this invigorating place. It gives you the serenity ,gracious and relaxing feeling of a christmas vacation.
Forest House also has a bistro and cafe with reasonable prices of their scrumptious food.
How to get there:
With www.pinoytravel.com.ph, you may already book your bus tickets ahead of time to avoid the fuss of falling in line and saving yourselves from stress. The most comfortable bus line is Genesis Joy bus, as it has a lesser traveling time, non stop, reclined seat and a comforter that is conducive for sleeping the entire trip and the next time you know, you are already in your destination. The fare is Php 700.00 per head.
Places to go:
Bell Amphitheater at Camp John Hay
Places to go:
|Bell Amphitheater at Camp John Hay|
Mines View Park
SM City- Baguio view deck
The Christmas Village
Plan your vacation ahead of time so you can explore the most of Baguio City. As the saying goes, Seize the day!