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Tag Archive | breakfast eats

Baguio Dining A La Carte – Updated Menus … for the most part =)

I’ve accumulated a number of menus again, a baker’s dozen to be exact.  While they’re mostly updated menus for food establishments we’ve visited before, I just thought you’d like stay abreast with what’s new. (“,) (Of note: Bacon milkshake, citrus pepper pizza, breakfast eats, nonbuffet items, and more choices for scrumptious desserts.)

on a Baguio Camping Date indoors

Indoor camping date. ^^,

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No Picnic at Camp John Hay: Where Do We Eat Now?

Growing up in Baguio, one of my fondest memories is that of the family/friends picnicking at Camp John Hay.  You take your pick of the tables set up in Scout Hill (beside what used to be the tennis courts… and there are more tables set up on the ‘Scout’ hillside =D, now), usually trying to get to CJH the earliest to beat the other picnickers to the tables nearest the grill.

Little John's view

The view from the table by the Little John’s window…and some representations Little John’s customers have drawn. Nice, no? ^^,

In the event that it rains on your picnic (which can be expected of Baguio weather *hihi) and everything gets so drenched that nothing is edible or maybe an army of ants come in and march away with everything but your trash bags, the picnic can still push through.  (“,)   Read More…

Accommodation Breakfast Eats from Café Sorelle and Sunflower Café

Breakfast is always referred to as the most important meal of the day.  You’re lucky if you’re staying at one of the most popular places in Baguio City and you’ve come a-visiting in the peak season, there’s going to be a buffet breakfast waiting for you.

Otherwise, it’s a plated breakfast (Race always gets some laughs about the term plated.  He’s thinking about the other meaning. =b)  You might be thinking about eating breakfast at hotel restaurants like Café Sorelle or Sunflower Café.  Here’s my take on the breakfast eats here. Read More…

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