The City of Seville is located in the region of Andalusia, in the south of Spain. Walk around the city center and enjoy the local architecture before succumbing to delicious tapas in the Triana District.
Established in 1920's, Lagbas Ancestral Home in Poblacion, Sugbongcogon was built by Don Benedicto Lagbas. This heritage home or I should say “one of the most beautiful ancestral houses" (I've ever seen) still stood today and serves as the residence of the other members of the Lagbas clan.
The Kadayawan Festival is among the most colorful festivals in the Philippines, featuring a wide range of cultural presentations and backgrounds especially because of its ethnic origins. This is also a harvest festival, with trade fairs and ethnic shows featured throughout the month. Although fairs often last for the entire month, many of the events begin only after the “Panagtagbo” or the Opening Ceremony which marks its official start.
When you’re in the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio, never ever miss to try their famous “Strawberry Taho”. Yep, it's Pinoy's all time favorite “Taho” with a twist - made from soya beans (fresh soft/ silken tofu), topped with sago pearls or tapioca and sweetened with generous amount of strawberry jam instead of the usual arnibal or caramelized sugar syrup.
Best known as one of the top dining options in Baguio City, Le Chef Restaurant at the Manor is a fantastic place to dine while visiting the country’s Summer Capital. Set within Camp John Hay, the restaurant features a log cabin atmosphere but serves a wide range of gourmet dishes to ignite your palate.
There’s a place in Baguio City where you can indulge your palate with authentic Italian dishes: at Alfoncito’s Place. Owned by a family whose patriarch, Alfonso, worked in a cruise ship where he learned how to cook Italian cuisine, the restaurant is a great place to dine in.