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Steak Fondue @ Torch

3 Steak Fondue. Steaks in cubes, fried to your liking, with five dips to choose from. That’s the extraordinary experience I had at Torch. When I first heard about steak fondue, I readily visualized something I was familiar with. That’s a fountain of chocolate and sticks for marshmallows and fruits. So, was I going to […]

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Spirit of 1896

0 The “Spirit of 1896” is very significant for the City of San Juan‘s identity and history. In fact, you can see the monument’s image in the city’s official seal. It’s a symbol of the courage, determination and sacrifice the Filipino revolutionaries showed during the first battle that happened in this area against Spanish colonizers. […]

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Pinaglabanan Memorial Shrine

0 Losing battles to win the war. Armed with bladed weapons and homemade guns, the Filipino rebels fought the heavily armed Spanish troops in the late 1800’s in San Juan, but lost the battle. It is but one of many battles that eventually led to the liberation of our country. The Pinaglabanan Memorial Shrine was […]

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