Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Historical Saturday in Cebu City

It's a fun Saturday with my sister, my sister's friend, my cousin and my niece.  We got soaked under the sun's heat, ran around and played on the grounds of Plaza Independencia and roamed around the relics of Fort San Pedro, both historical tourist attractions found at Queen City of the South, Cebu City.

Plaza Independencia is one of Cebu’s historical remains from the Spanish Era. As part of Philippine history, it witnessed several events of the country’s oldest city and one of the most visited spot for tourists, both foreign and local visitors. 
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This plaza is situated in M.J. Cuenco Avenue and Legaspi Extension and is part of Barangay San Roque Cebu City. 

Inside Fort San Pedro:

 Say HELLO to my favorite niece.

wearing: red dress - G. Fiesta / striped tee - G. Fiesta / oversized striped vest - thrifted-revamped / scarf - thrifted / lime shoes - Hammerhead / sunglasses - SM Naga City / black sling bag - Fila /wooden bead bracelet - from Bohol 

Have you been to these historical tourist attractions in Cebu City?

How to get there:
You can ride a taxi cab from any point of the City or you can ride jeepneys with the number 02B, 12i, 12J and 12G. P8.00 minimum fare.   

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Travel Cebu and Live in style, everyday!

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