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How to go to Baguio and 50's Diner

 

One of the longest bus rides that I've ever experienced is this trip to Baguio. Well, I am not fond of air conditioned bus and its motion sickness effect to me but I was pretty happy that I was not affected during that trip because I slept most of the time. Thanks to the head wear that I borrowed from my friend. I bought one after that trip having known its usefulness to me! :)


Going to Baguio with friends

Going to Baguio with Jepoi and Mark

Going to Baguio with  Sarah

































Upon arriving at Baguio we checked in to our place near the Victory Liner Terminal and directly went to this 50's Diner because we were famished when we arrived at around 12:30 pm. The diner is located at 92 Upper General Luna Road, Corner Brent Road, Baguio City, Baguio City, Philippines. We hailed a taxi because it was the easiest way to get there which costs around 40 pesos. I pretty much love the vibe of the place especially because of the pink lights, the 50's feel that you can get from the different framed pictures of celebrities or events during that time, the waitresses in their cute pink uniforms and the red hot sizzling car right outside the diner.

50's Diner, Baguio City



With Sarah at 50's Diner, Baguio City   


We enjoyed our food that is pretty much in large servings and is very helpful since I was trying to regain my energy for my first tour in Baguio City!


50's Diner, Baguio City



Large Sandwich, 50's Diner, Baguio City






50's Diner, Baguio City

50's Diner, Baguio City


50's Diner, Baguio City

50's Diner, Baguio City


























I did not regret touring right after our late lunch because this is the only productive day I had during this Baguio weekend trip. The day after, it was raining and we don't have much choice but to stay in the mall for several hours before our returning bus trip.

50's Diner, Baguio City


50's Diner, Baguio City

HOW TO GO TO BAGUIO

There are buses going to Baguio in Cubao and Pasay, in this trip we chose Cubao Victory Liner since it's nearer. We arrived there at 5am but I must say that you should go early because the bus can easily be filled with lots of passengers especially during weekends. We were there as chance passengers because we weren't able to buy tickets ahead of time. The fare was around 450 pesos per person and travel time takes 5-6 hours.

More posts about Baguio here. 


 



Elal of The Shades of Grey Travel and Photography
Elal is a traveler, student of life and photography enthusiast who wants to experience and capture what is raved and not raved about. For more about her travels, subscribe here, email at elal.lasola@gmail.com, or visit her portfolio.

14 comments:

Perrine Renoir said...

last time we went to Baguio and stayed at PKNY. Very artsy. You can also try Chocolate de Batirol in Camp John Hay.

Elal Jane Lasola said...

I see. I'd love to go back soon. Been to Everything Nice, also in Camp John Hay, because of an amazing race event with friends but haven't tried that. Will check it out when I go back. Cheers!

EJ Chicano said...

the food looks great...bet they even tasted better:)

Elal Jane Lasola said...

yep. they do taste better. :)

Margot : Pinay Mom said...

Baguio is already our second province. We go there at least 3x a year, sometimes more. We were there from April 2-14 this year.

Elal Jane Lasola said...

I can see why you love going to Baguio. It is my first time to go there last January of this year. And I have visited the place again last March 31 to April 1. Will be going back maybe before the year ends. :D

wander shugah said...

sarap ng fooods dear!! :D I hoper mka visit din ako ng baguio soon <3


www.wandershugah.com

Elal Jane Lasola said...

I know. Namiss ko na nga ang napalamig na weather don eh. Watch out for more posts about Baguio :D

joan | the backpack chronicles said...

pretty much large servings? ang sabihin mo dambuhalang servings. hahaha! namiss ko bigla ang Baguio, super init dito sa maynila!

Elal Jane Lasola said...

hahaha oo nga. dambuhala talaga. ako din. pero b-blog ko muna lahat bago ako bumalik. hehe

Makati Condo For Rent said...

Wow very nice place !

Elal Jane Lasola said...

Thanks! :)

Christian | Lakad Pilipinas said...

I like 50's Diner! Mura na, malaki pa ang servings! Yumm!

Elal Jane Lasola said...

Tamah. Sayang nawala ko yung voucher ko sa azalea.Kelan kaya ako makakbalik :)

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