(66 is the age of Manuel Quezon when he died.)
With Gabby and Sunday in tow, I checked out the Quezon Memorial Circle (QMC) in Quezon City one weekend last December. QMC is our park of choice when the kids were younger. But when we moved to another city, going there became a hassle. It was when I missed biking that I thought of visiting it again.
I was surprised by the rehabilitation QMC has undergone. It is now more alive and offers more activities for the park goers.
It boasts of ten play areas that Gabby and Sunday just can't get enough of! Free entrance, mommies!
Playing and running make their bodies stronger and leaner.
tolerance and respect for others.
And I'm one blessed mommy because of that!
This balloon vendor got tired from walking and selling his stuff.
Who wouldn't? A 27-hectare circular park like this would challenge
even seasoned runners!
shape up and lose unwanted pounds!
With kids running around and playing with their lighted toys,
no wonder QMC is the place to be for families who love to unwind.
while the water on the fountain playfully jets and sways to modern tunes.
(just like me), this musical fountain is a source of inspiration!
There are so many things you can do at Quezon Memorial Circle. Biking, running, having a picnic, play badminton, basketball or volleyball, learn history in its museum, or just relax. Honestly, I prefer going there than going to malls where I am tempted to spend some hard-earned money. Surely, I will go back to QMC. It's my nature-meets-fun park! :)