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UPDATE: Army Navy Session Branch

In my October 7 post, Army Navy: To Enlist or Not to Enlist, That is the Question, I mentioned that the Session Road branch had a hazard of a side entrance.  With the door sill all ready to trip anyone who walks through, insult is added to the injury when you fall from the step.  (Ouchies, that’s what happened to me. *huhu)  When my brother and I paid a visit to Army Navy, I noted that the door sill was finally removed. Still BE VEWY, VEWY CAREFUL – Elmer Fudd tone – passing through that door, the step can still be slippery. (My sister’s friend is in a cast now, because of that blasted entrance.) RATING UPDATE 11/15/2012:  Ambiance:  Zero treasure chests for the Session Road branch for their hazard of a side entrance. How can you enjoy your meal when you’re writhing in pain or rushed to the hospital for a broken leg or a twisted ankle? =( DON’T enlist in Army Navy Session…that is unless you use their main door, the one closest to the street. =b For the love of your legs and ankles, avoid the side entrance at all costs!

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Army Navy: To Enlist or Not to Enlist, That is the Question

Captain’s Log, Monday, 2011-08-08.  Karla was coming home for a visit from Manila.  At that time, Army Navy had recently opened a branch in Camp John Hay, so we decided to give it a spot check. =D

Army Navy

*tsk pitiful bunker. I was expecting to run into a real Quonset. Oh well.

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How the List Looks…(the first excerpt of 2013)

So where are we with the Baguio food/restaurant blogs?  Here’s what we covered (from the list and from our previous recap) so far.  (Now, let’s all get back under the covers. It’s SO c-c-c-cold in  the City of Pines today! *shiver shiver =D)

SIMPLE BUT STAPLE BAGUIO FOOD

Rose Café – CHECK!

Soledad's lomi

Soledad’s lomi – YUM! (“,)

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