This should be the last installment of my City of Pines post. Here are some of the other must go to places in Baguio.
|Forest House is located in Loakan road and is just near CJH. The food that we ordered did not fail us! Hubby had the Binagoongang Bagnet while I had the Twin Porkchops with applesauce. They were both delicious. Average meal ranges from P300-350.|
|Cafe by the Ruins is a landmark itself in Baguio. We were not able to eat much here ( we only ordered bread, soup and salad), so I do not have any food posts. But the place itself is already a feast for the eyes.|
|We chanced upon Villa Cordillera because we wanted to buy the Raisin bread that you can only buy from Baguio Country Club. However, since we are not members, the guard led us to this cozy place managed by BCC named Villa Cordillera. It is located just behind the club and is overlooking the golf course. My son was so happy to see a real fireplace and he kept on saying, 'like Olaf."|
|When you have kids, Burnham Park is a must see. It was R's first boat ride experience and he loved it so much that he was helping his Dad paddle throughout. He also enjoyed running the grounds with the toy helicopter that we bought for just P65.|