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A creative retreat is what I needed today and what better way to go is Antipolo. Not so distance from Manila via an hour drive and its a Holiday so traffic is not at its worst situation. With my squad in tow, we singled-out Pinto Art Museum, which is a situated at No.1 Sierra Madre Street, Grand Heights. It is nestled on top of hills of Antipolo in a massive 12 hectare property. It is a contemporary art space made with such an impressively visual artistry. Entrance fee is Php200. We arrived around 11 a.m. and lost no time exploring the place. Everyone was talking about this Santorini-inspired museum this late. Designed by Architect Antonio Leano, and owned by Dr. Joven Cuanang, it houses seven modern galleries that will satiate every art lovers there is and 2 cafes serving the best of Ilocano cuisine. You can eat al fresco overlooking the picturesque Santorini style architectures at Cafe Tan-aw by Peppermill. Its a good mix of good food and art. Get the picture! I recommend to vis…

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