Tuesday, 10 May 2011

LION'S HEAD, Kennon Road, Baguio City

After dropping by at Manaoag Shrine, Pangasinan, about 1PM on April 20, 2011, as part of our so-called "MK Luzon Tour", we decided to go to our next destination: Baguio City!!! Uly decided to take Kennon Road, said to be the shortest route to Baguio from Rosario, La Union. As always, I took pictures and video while on the go. Got pictures of Kennon Road junction, toll booth, the falls at Kennon Road (I forgot the name) and the prestigious Lion's Head- the well-known marker before reaching Baguio City proper. We all enjoyed the view and the ride passing through the well-known zigzag road. We stopped at Lion's Head for about half an hour, treating ourselves with "strawberry taho" from taho vendors around and posing for pictures.

Kennon Road

La Union  Welcome Arc @ Rosario

Kennon Road Junction @ Rosario, La Union

Benguet Province  Welcome Arc

Toll Booth @ Kennon Road

Toll Booth @ Kennon Road

Bridge @ Kennon Road

Falls at Kennon Road
A view from Lion's Head

Kennon Road

Toll plaza before exiting Kennon Road

Lion's Head

Picture @ Lion's Head

Posing again @ Lion's Head

Lion's Head  Welcome Marker

Lion's Head @ Kennon Road

Baguio City  Welcome Arc

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