Okay, so I’ve spread the Baguio trip story to 4 entries. Wow.
This entry is basically what we did on our last day in Baguio.
So we woke up early to prepare ourselves and our things. Of course, mornings aren’t complete without breakfast. Our stay at Baguio Burnham Suites included buffet breakfast.
We had brekkie at the hotel’s on-site restaurant at around 7:30 PM. Only gripe is that the French Toast wasn’t warm when I had it. But it was okay.
After that, we took a cab to Good Shepherd.
This is actually one of our non-negotiables. I mean, who goes to Baguio and not buy their Ube Jam and Peanut Brittle? Besides, our daughter loves Ube Jam so we really set aside a budget for all things Good Shepherd.
Of course, when you’re already in Good Shepherd, there’s no reason for you not to drop by Mines View Park, just adjacent to the convent.
After this, we had to head back to the hotel to check out. Then we had lunch at Chowking (again, haha!). Then we headed to the bus station and at a little after 2 PM, we were headed back to Manila.
Yes, we didn’t go outside of the city and visit places like the Strawberry Farm and BenCab Museum (which I would probably include in my itinerary next time). Heck, not even Camp John Hay. We only had like 2 days to go around Baguio. Nevertheless, it was a great trip, a good time-out from our daily grind. We missed our daughter, though. Maybe on our next Baguio trip, she can come with us.
We’ll surely be back. The City of Pines is one amazing place. Hoping for another win for a “free stay” there. 🙂