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(From Philippine Daily Inquirer)
Byline: Elizabeth Lolarga
DESPITE the land trip that can take as long as nine hours, Baguio City is the season's favored getaway place, hands down. The hordes of lowlanders who've come up to enjoy the sharp dip in temperature, with wardrobe to match, are bound to run into friends and acquaintances in the spanking new mall sitting on Luneta Hill, in ukay-ukay stores, hotel lobbies, restaurants and, of course, the market.
Those looking for a quiet nook away from it all can visit the Baguio Country Club's (BCC) training room, the place to rest one's eyes on something other than the pine trees and the ponies. It offers …