April 25, 2013

Casa San Pablo - A Place Worth Going Back To

I'm sure parents can relate with me when kids continuously remind that place they want to go back to again, and again, and again. Julia, Rafael and Juan are just like those kids and because it's summer they're wondering when we're going back at Casa San Pablo. 

Casa San Pablo is a place worth going back to...Let me count the many reasons:

First, you get to learn about the history of San Pablo and its vast coconut plantation thru a virtual tour, facilitated by An Alcantara (Casa San Pablo's owner).
 


Second, kids will be taught to cook Pinoy food, the San Pablo City way,  like ginataan halo-halo, 
inihaw na talong and many more.



Third, enjoy Casa San Pablo's two pools.





Fourth, rest on the hammock sprawled at the center of this huge land.



Fifth, enjoy exchanging family stories, hotdogs and marshmallows during Bonfire night





Fifth, learn clay art


 




Took clay pottery seriously and created a man and a woman sitting in a heart-shaped pillow

This clay figure I made represents John and I
 And for the most important part, bring home with you great photos  as Casa San Pablo 
is a perfect venue for pictorial for it provides that homey yet elegant surrounding

Casa San Pablo
Barrio San Roque, San Pablo City, Laguna Philippines
Contact Numbers: (0920) 962 4083 (0917) 812 6687  (632) 211 2132
email: info@casasanpablo.com
Website:   http://casasanpablo.com/
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/casasanpablo
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/casasanpablo

How to get there:

Driving to Casa San Pablo was easier for us and took us only about an hour and few minutes because we are familiar with the place.  For  detailed information, check them out  here.

Getting To Casa San Pablo By  Bus.  Take any bus going to Laguna. Get off at San Pablo Medical Center along the highway.  From the Medical Center, take a tricycle to Kay Inay Resort. Casa San Pablo is inside Kay Inay Resort.

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