TRAVEL BAGUIO: Where to Eat & Where to Go in Baguio

How to get to Baguio?

There are two bus lines that cater to people going to Baguio: Victory Liner and Genesis.

Initially, we tried Victory since that will be our second time. But all the Deluxe Buses were fully occupied.
Until we grew impatient because the next schedule would be 7 in the morning.
then we were desperate. We tried going to Genesis, and luckily, they had two more – in the Joybus.

So I researched, and below is our guideline for the weekend.

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I.         Breakfast – Good Taste Experience.
II        Sitio La Presa Experience
III.         BenCab Museum Experience
IV.         Lunch – Cafe by the Ruins
V.         Le Monet Experience
VI.         Tam-awan Village Experience
VII.         Snack – Under the tree Book Cafe
VIII        Mt. Cloud Bookshop Experience
IX        Dinner – Hill Station Experience
X        Paddle Boat Experience
XI        Morning Snack – Ozark Experience


I finally had the chance to go inside. You may have passed by this place and not know there was a bookstore.


Casa Vallejo is along Session Road. The Mt. Cloud Bookshop is under it, and beside is the Baguio Cinematheque where there is free admission everyday.


The place was a bit small. You can see the whole store from where you are standing. there’s also a second floor but it was only a one long wall of  display.


The store is open from 8:00 am to 8:00 in the evening.
Here are our Book Snatches for this trip:


I’ll be back Mt. Cloud! That’s for sure.
I just hope you expand this to a little quaint cafe where we can read.