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@ The Filling Station

After shopping at the outlet stores at Mile-Hi and a quick coffee break at Starbucks. We headed over to the Filling Station for Ice Cream!!!!!!

I remember the last time we went here, I was with my family, and we were really happy with the shakes and the sundaes. It was nice to know that they added a veranda at the back part already, the lack of seats was an issue before. Lo and behold, the new veranda area...

Nice ambiance, nice hillside view and you get to feel the cool breeze. What more could you ask for? Oh yes, the ice cream...

Yumyumyum! :D

The Filling Station also has Shakey's, a Japanese resto (forget the name), Figaro. It's a really nice place to just sit back, relax and enjoy the afternoon or early evening with friends. :)

I'm out.


Z said…
witsandnuts said…
I want my banana split!
MrsLavendula said…
wow! look at those dessert plates! not good for a hungry grouch waiting for her dinner date! hehehe!
kg said…
is this still in baguio? grabe yung ice cream! kakatakam!
princess_dyanie said…
czaaaa! nakakatakam yung banana split! :P
Cza said…
@Z - Delicious! :D

@witandnuts - Go get one! Now na :D

@MrsLavendula - Hahaha! hope you got your dessert/dinner fix right away. :)

@kg - yupyup! Still in Baguio :D

@princess_dyanie - naku, tara na! Kain na! :D

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