With that, the 2 things that I want to share in this post are:
1. Agoda.com and its mobile app
2. Lee Boutique hotel
Now to the hotel.
A boutique hotel is one that is generally not chain-affiliated, features an intimate and stylish appearance, and provides impeccable amenities.
|clockwise from left: No frills reception | sliding door towards the lobby ||
hallway leading to the rooms on the ground floor | couch in the lobby
|me ready to sleep! | just-right tub | big TV | the view when you look at the window, lol. | Roy checking out the safe | twin beds. wala na raw room with a single bed. So much for an anniversary getaway huh?|
|breakfast options | Roy's meal | the dining area | complimentary coffee and bottled water plus my fruits for the rest of our stay. Spartans can't go hungry! | My breakfast|
|tourists we met on our way up to the People's Park | lab na lab :) ||
solong turista | couple tourist shot, wehehe
|bag of beans tourist shot | my lunch, galit sa carb? ||
pantanggal-umay | alam na kung sinong di Spartan. Roy's lechon kawali
Overall, we had a great stay except for the booboos along the way which led us to arriving in Tagaytay at 11pm instead of 2pm. This is a another story which will never get posted in my blog. haha! Grateful for ate Jo, my mother-in-law's kasambahay for staying with Isay and Amymy during our overnight getaway. Despite arriving late in Tagaytay, settling for sleeping in separate beds and not being able to do more touristy stuff, it was still a couple moment that I enjoyed with ze husband. Grabe, we're nearing our 4th anniversary at ngayon ko lang ito naipost. So yesterday ha.