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  • Celebrate the month of hearts in Baguio

    February is the coldest month as far as Philippine weather is concerned. This is also the month for the Flower or Panagbenga Festival in Baguio City. This is the best time to travel to Baguio as almost every nook and corner of Baguio is adorned by flowers and flower arrangements. Flowers are in full bloom during the month of February.The PMA annual...

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  • Link Up w/ Fellow VT'ers

    The annual Panagbenga Festival is one event that shouldn't be missed. The festive atmosphere is contagious; everyone is in high spirits. Although the maddening crowd is not for everyone, Panagbenga remains to be a much awaited event. What made my recent Baguio trip memorable was when I met some VT'ers. I was so touched when Barbie (aka...

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  • BFTAMPABS 2005 ASSEMBLY

    Bangaan, Fidelisan, Tanulong, Aguid, Madungo,stayed in Baguio CityTHEME: Ag-aggong Para Sin Paggawisan

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  • Baguio tourist Spots - PMA

    Philippine Military Academy Attaintion!!!!A place to study how to protect Citizens not to destroy Citizens.A place to develop how to serve people not for the leaders.

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  • Cordillera Cultural Performing Group...

    1. Come and experience the Summer Capital of the Phillipinesa) A City of Pinesb) Flower festival in the month of February.2. Tourist spotsa) Mines viewb) Burnham parkc) Lourdes Grottod) Philippine Military Academy PMA 1. A Cordilleran Students From St. Luis University Baguio welling to Share own Culture until Become a one Family work together To...

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  • Asin Hotspring

    Hi there! 1. If you will be staying at that hotel which you mentioned earlier, it'll probably take 25-30 minutes more or less to get to Asin Hotspring. 2. As of the moment, you can choose between Riverview and Palmgrove for your swimming spot. Riverview comes first, and a few meters away is Palmgrove. As far as i remember Palmgrove opens around...

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  • Flowers!!! Panagbenga Flower Float...

    The Panagbenga Flower Festival!!! The Panagbenga Flower Festival, which is celebrated every fourth week of February, showcases the best Baguio City has to offer. Large colorful floats embedded with flowers are paraded throughout the city streets, along with street dancing and a week-long celebration. I highly recommend this festival to everyone...

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  • Baguio,the Mountain of Paradise.

    The cool and refreshing atmosphere of Baguio, view of mountains and pine trees, rich cultural heritage and traditions,the ultimate get away place. Still Baguio is the perfect mountain paradise in the midst of the unique pine breeze and of course you will find vegetables that are truly fresh and crispy,not to forget strawberries,ube jams etc...good...

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  • Baguio Tourist Spots

    Ready get set go!!!!! I join Track and field when I was High school but I always Lost and always at the last.Kaasiak pay........

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  • Baguio Tourist spots - Burmham Park

    Family Picnic Mag- excercise tuwing umaga...tuwing umaga...tuwing umaga...Mag- excercise tuwing umaga... upang ang katawan ay laging sumigla.

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  • Passing time In Burnham Park

    Where can one pass the time while waiting for the bus back to Manila? What if one's already had a surfeit of shopping and eating and just want to be?Well, Burnham Park is a good option. One can just sit down on the grass and people-watch or just read the paper to catch up on the news. Burnham park also affords one to rest without spending a single...

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  • walk...walk and walk!

    Favorite Things:1) The churches: very nice.. walk along the session road and find lots of churches2) Smell of the flowers and pine trees 3) rosy checks of everyone! (who needs diamond peel??!!!) 4) Pilgrims : walking up the stairs of the GROTO..5) Crinkles and Ube Jam : sweet cookies made by the nuns6) Kulangot : native coco jam 7) Ifugao's ready...

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  • Disappointed in Baguio

    where do i post the opposite of the title....i stopped in Baguio to change buses from Sagada on the way to Manila. I was leaving open the option to stay in Baguio for a nite at least. Upon reaching the city i decided against staying, and leaving asap! The city was dirty and polluted...there was traffic that reminded me of Manila.... definitely a...

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  • Rain!

    The snuggle-friendly athmosphere and climate!So we always bring an umbrella because there is always rain especially during the rainy seasons...

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  • I remember this!!!

    My dad passed away in 1998, but I'll always remember him as a joyful person. He loved to play! This is one of the first memories that I have. It was at the John Hay Air Force Base and we were visiting our friends, the Sutfan's who were working here. Their kids were about 10 years older than me, but we had a great time picnicking here at the base....

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  • Rocky landscape

    I could be wrong here, but I noticed rocky outcroppings in a number of my mom's pictures. On the base, I remember my sister riding a horse. My mom told me that they tried to put me on the horse, but little acemj wasn't as daring as the grown-up version. Apparently, I starting crying as soon as they set me in the saddle.

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  • Tribal people

    My mom told me that we visited an Ifugao Village. The Ifugao are tribal people that live in and around Baguio and make their living largely by selling hand-crafed items that are sold in the area.

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  • Tropical Island Nation

    The Philippines is comprised of over 7,000 islands and the tropical setting yields some lush scenery and some wonderful fruits. I'm not sure if these are bananas or plantains or some other derivation of a banana, but they look good to me.

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  • Lion's Head

    On the way up to the John Hay Air Force Base, there was this amazing rock carving of a lion's head. I wish I could remember seeing it, but's it's been too long.

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  • Fresh air

    The best times having a wee break around the hustle and bustle of the big city is to visit some of the countryside. Baguio City has a cold breeze since it's situated in the mountain area. I guess, it's not too touristic if you will visit it not in Summer time as most of us Filipinos will get out the City during those times. Walking around the City...

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  • City Market

    Check out the Huge Covered City Market!! You can find all kinds of dry goods, fish, meat, vegetables, and tons of touristy souvenir items. You spend hours walking through the market! My favorite items are the Strawberry Jam and the Thin Peanut Brittle!! Hand made wooden chess boards are a nice bargain also. But make sure you buy Kiln Dried only as...

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  • Baguio Cathedral

    The Baguio Cathedral is fun to climb to. There are some very steep stairs off from Session Road to climb. There is a less rigorous walk further up Session Rd too. The outside of the Cathedral is an unusual Pink! You get a nice view from up here too!!

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  • Burnham Park

    Burnham Park is a great place to people watch! Or meet a talk with locals. Beware that there are a few scammers mixed in the crowd too!! You will see Igorot beggars too. It is sad to see these people who've lost their traditional way of life just walk around begging. You can rent small boats and paddle around the small man-made pond that is in the...

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  • The Mansion, the summer Malacañang.

    This is the former summer residence of President Marcos. It is known as "The Mansion." I think this is now the official residence of the President of the Philippines after President Marcos was exiled.I am not sure if this has been opened to the public for tours... but it is one of those that I think merits becoming a tourist spot. We should all...

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  • Botanical Gardens

    This is the entrance to the Botanical Gardens. If I remember correctly, this is where genuine Igorots (natives of the Baguio area) show you how they live and work.. this is a sort of living museum. Friendly Igorots in full costume would pose for you for a minimal fee. Crafts are also sold here. Artists also do paintings using the sun, or rather,...

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  • Romantic Parks

    Baguio has a lot of parks. No wonder this is a favorite destination of honeymooners because it is so conducive to romance. As you visit the various parks, you will enjoy walks by reflection pools and see a lot of landmarks that are begging to be taken pictures of.But eh... its not for everybody. Some might not find this exciting so to each his own....

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  • City of Pines

    For a city, Baguio does have a lot of names. It is also known as the "City of Pines" because yes, the trees are mostly pine trees. These are what makes breathing Baguio air so refreshing. I think more than any of the sightseeing spots, what makes a visit here enjoyable is the refreshing smell. It feels like your lungs are getting a health...

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  • Place you should visit when you visited...

    BAGUIO CATHEDRAL This Catholic cathedral is located on top of a hill in the heart of the city and is one of the more familiar and most visited landmarks. It is the biggest Catholic church in Baguio and is the center of religious activities during the Holy Week when thousands of devotees come up to the city

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  • Lion's Head

    LION'S HEAD The 40-foot high lion head serves as the backdrop of Kennon Road and has become the undisputed landmark that is synonymous to Baguio. It was curved by local artisans from a limestone boulder and unveiled in 1972 by Lions Club International. The actual work started in 1971 and took a year before being unveiled to the public.

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