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Le Monet Hotel Baguio City

February 1, 2013

After a tiring but fun day at Camp John Hay, the boys played hoops, and us girls including M's youngest son had a nice hike and had fun at the swing, and rode the horses ...





M and I got so tired that we both decided that eating cake would make us happy. Luckily, Le Monet Hotel was just a few steps away from the stable.


Super comfortable chairs. Elegant-looking, too. Love love love.


And because its almost Valentine's Day and Panabengga in Baguio, the hotel had this creative idea of making paper flowers. Very nice!


Carrot Cake. Divine is the right word. I don't know how much since M paid for our bill in secret. Thank you, M. :)


And Chocolate Cake. Its okay. Not that memorable, though.

M and I shared a pot of tea while the kids joined us afterwards so we had another round of cakes and tea. Yum!

Le Monet Hotel is just beside the Filling Station in Camp John Hay.

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