Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Part4: Vigan-Laoag-Pagudpud Day1 - Heritage Village at Night and Dinner at Cafe Leona

Heritage Village at night shouldn't be missed as well.  From Casa Teofila Lodge, we took a tricycle to Calle Crisologo again, to witness the beauty of night lights of Heritage Village. (Fare: Php40/tricycle)

11th Stop: Heritage Village / Calle Crisologo at Night

Heritage Village is stunningly beautiful and romantic at night. We saw it by day, and it's really different during the night.  The souvenir shops are a big hit, and most of us were busy buying souvenirs and pasalubongs.  Even bagnets(around Php400+ per kilo) & chicacorn can be bought at the Heritage Village .  Souvenir shops are usually open until 9pm.

tired na mga friends?

Dinner at Cafe Leona

We're hungry but don't know where to eat. We walked towards Mang Inasal (around Heritage Village too), and beside it is Cafe Leona which seems to be another famous cafe/restaurant in Vigan City.

Cafe Leona has a wide variety of meals, from Filipino dishes, to Japanese sushi and Italian's pasta and pizza.  For pizza lovers, must try here is their thin-crust Bagnet KBL pizza.  KBL stands for kamatis(tomatoes), bagoong(fish paste), lasona (onions in Ilocos).  <Our dinner share was around Php150-200 each.>

This is the end of our first day in Ilocos.  It's just weird that when it gets dark, trike drivers charged us too much. (Fare - Php 80/tricycle)  Oh well, we're really tired and tomorrow will be a brand new day to Laoag!

This is part 4 of MY ILOCOS SERIES



tina said...

Wow! Super sulit ng day 1 :)

Senyor Lakwatsero said...

I've been to Vigan several times already but have never tried the Bagnet KBL pizza. I'll make sure to remember that on my next visit. I love your night shots at Calle Crisologo :-)

lakwatsera de primera said...

I like the variety of menu at Cafe Leona, pwede sa magbabarkada na iba iba ang trip kainin :)

Islandvacations said...

I've been in Vigan last October 14,2010. Tried roaming around the city, especially the Baluarte, on board the Calesa. A nice city indeed! Yes, Heritage Village by night is a sight to behold. Made me remember my visit to Madrid, Spain. Conrtaulations for this nice post in a great blog!

adventurousfeet said...

thanks tina! tama sulit talaga :)

adventurousfeet said...

@Senyor Lakwatsero
thank you po :)

adventurousfeet said...

@lakwatsera de primera
yup dami ngang choices :)

adventurousfeet said...

@island vacations
thanks! :)

Anonymous said...

waaaahhh! excited na ako magpagudpud/vigan! kaso lang sa october pa! bookmarked your blog!


thepinaysolobackpacker said...

ang ganda tlaga ng Calle Crisologo. parang ayoko nga umuwi s hotel ko nung gabi eh, kahet tumambay ako jan buong gabi. hehe pero d ko na try yang cafe,mag isa lng kase ako eh

Ian | GoingRoamingWandering said...

Sabi ko na nga mas romantic sa gabi ang Heritage Village... I already a picture of it in Travel Scene Plus magazine and it was really romantic and lovely with all the lights.

adventurousfeet said...


thanks! hope you find some helpful tips on your future ilocos trip :)

adventurousfeet said...


onga sarap lang tumambay. iba ang ambiance :)

adventurousfeet said...

romantic for lovers, apir!

titus said...

Sarap ng pizza sa cafe leona.... pati bagnet nila the best..

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