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That wonderful view can only be seen at Mines View Park. Less than 10 minutes away from the Mansion.
It is dubbed as the Malacañang Palace of the north – The Mansion.
Its where Philippine Presidents live while in Baguio City. More of its history here.
If Burnham park is known for its man made lagoon, wright park is known in Baguio for Pony Rides/horseback riding.
Taking a cab from Burnham Park to Baguio Botanical Garden would only cost you less than P40.00.
You won’t miss it. There’s a big sign that will let you know that you’re there. =p Or you may want to check google maps.
Burnham Park is only one of several parks that can be found in Baguio City. But among them, Burnham is the most popular.
Burnham Park was named after the city’s architect, Daniel Burnham.
After a 6 hour ride from Manila, we finally arrived in Baguio.
We didn’t book for a hotel. We didn’t expect that there will be a lot of events in Baguio coz Panagbenga is still in February. All the cheap hotels and inns near Burnham and Session Road was fully booked. Good thing City Travel Hotel still had a spare room even though it was a venue for a wedding the next day.
After we checked-in, we went to SM Baguio to have late lunch.