Our eyes opened wide upon seeing antique religious icons and furniture together with reproduction of their kinds and equally interesting old pieces sold in the many stores that line both sides of Calle Crisologo and its periphery. Part of our exciting experience is to haggle for a price lower that what the dealer has initially stated. For our take home, we both a decorative harp, an old plantsa (iron),  a couple of bauls with mother of pearl inlays and for pasalubong to our friends, we both some souvenir items like the abanico, tobaccos, Ilocano inabel,  a colorful yet sturdy cloth woven in Ilocos and in La Union. We are also making arrangement to have an old comoda and mesa altar delivered to our home. After a few walks here and there, we decided to take a calesa for a guided tour of the heritage city.