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This place has so much to offer!
Especially when you are an artist, a coffee lover and a food enthusiast.
I haven't experience to stay here (one of these days I will try it) but I will highly recommend this place for your next artsy...More
I tried to surprise my partner by going to this place because she likes museums but we were welcomed by a whole lot more that this place offered.
We had a wonderful dining experience at Backstage Cafe. The food was delicious. Coffee was free-flowing and...More
The place was like bencab museum in benguet they had mixed art like paintings and sculptures. But it is also a music school. They also had a resto the food was abit expensive but the tinapa pesto was delish! Very instagramable place too!
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It is a true treasure to visit this spirited place with a heart focused on benefiting the local youth and educating young people through cultural projects including and involving art, music and the written word. The classic building has an art gallery, a cafe (Starbucks...More
25 php for the small ones and 40 pesos for the plain/flavored polvorons that were served during the 2014 state visit of POTUS barrack obama. Tried it and loved it considering that im not a fan of polvorons. The texture reminded me of cheesecake.
You don't really get a lot of arts and culture in the philippines so this is pretty interesting. They also help kids in the community learn how to play different musical instruments.
A quick stop over before you go to the coves.
Lousy restaurant (food...More
Casa San Miguel is something you won't exactly expect in San Antonio, Zambales. The memorabilia displayed inside are priceless for sure. Then it is a haven for budding Zambaleno artists. Maybe one time, I would try their accommodation.
Casa San Miguel is a one hour drive from Olongapo. It can be accessed via public transportation by riding a bus from Olongapo to Iba. Get off at San Antonio Town Proper then ride a tricycle to Casa San Miguel. Try to visit this place...More