People tend to rant something about love with a caption “Where do broken hearts go?”. Does it makes sense? Are the people who were broken can go to those places? How about those who are happily in love–
Baguio City is the one place in the Philippines I always dreamed of living in. Imagine all these –clear blue morning skies, foggy afternoons, and chilly romantic evenings.
Last February 11, 2016 we went to the City of Pines which is BAGUIO CITY. On our way to Baguio City the weather is still sunny but when we were close to Baguio it became cooler. So the moment we stepped down from the bus I can feel that coldness.
Got the chance to visit Burnham Park where it is a people’s park which is one of their main attraction.
Designed by and named after premier American architect and urban planner, Daniel Hudson Burnham, who also designed the original plan for Baguio City. Burnham Park remains, to this day, one of the Philippines’ most well known and best-loved parks.
The park retains much of Daniel Burnham’s original design and layout a century ago, with a few features added, in true Filipino fashion, to make it a vibrant center of activity for everyone to enjoy.
Originally intended to serve as a much-needed green park, to provide a bustling city with a peaceful environment with wide open green spaces, Burnham Park under Filipino administration is now more of an amusement park with boating, bicycle and skating areas, sports and gaming areas, plus a few eateries.
February 13, 2016
Mines View Park is an overlook park on the northeastern outskirts of Baguio in the Philippines. Located on a land promontory 4 km from downtown Baguio, the park overlooks the mining town of Itogon.
On our visit there it was indeed a “hot & cold” afternoon. The weather is somehow hot but then the temperature is really cold.
February 14, 2016
We then went to Philippine Military Academy to visit our cadets. I got a chance to watch the drillers perform.
We were mesmerized the moment we set our foot on this place. We have always to visit PMA and we sure glad we did. I had goosebumps while going around the area. Seeing the cadets, surely you will be amazed on how they project their uniforms.
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