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Baguio Flowers and Session in Bloom

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Part 2 of Baguio Flower Festival 2012
I was supposed to watch it alone, but when I opened my Facebook and chatted with a friend, she was also going so we decided to be there at 5:00 in the morning.

So we got just in front of Patria de Baguio (Jollibee) at exactly 5 A.M.. We waited there like for three hours—if not forever—before the Panagbenga Festival grand float parade kicked off.

It would be unwise to explain everything that happened there so the pictures might as well tell the whole story (other pictures were already posted in “2012 Panagbenga Festival in Baguio”).

After the parade, all floats were displayed inside the Athletic Bowl. People were only then allowed to get nearer to the floats at around 2:00 in the afternoon.

So what’s happening in Session after the parade? The preparation for the Session in Bloom of course. In “Session in Bloom”, Session Road will be closed to the vehicles. Session Road will then be the venue for the nonstop trade fairs and concerts. And Session in Bloom also means nonstop food and food and food!

The last day of Session in Bloom will then be the closing day of the Panagbenga Festival. Fireworks were displayed and after the fun fiesta, Baguio goes back to normal..and you have to wait for another year to experience the event. So don’t forget to attend the Panagbenga Festival next year!

**NOTE: Photos were taken using a camera phone.

Baguio Flower Festival 2012 Travel Series:
Part 2: Baguio Flowers and Session in Bloom

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