It was lunch time when we’ve decided to take a tricycle ride just off Plaza Burgos to bring us to Café Uno, a restaurant and coffee shop housed inside Grandpa’s Inn. Surrounded by Café Uno’s old world ambience, we were served with a hefty lunch of bulalo, chopsuey and the Ilocano favorite bagnet, a fried air-dried pork belly that is a hybrid of cholesterol-filled chicharon and lechon kawali. The stretch of Calle Mena Crisologo is the main shopping area that extents west of the cathedral. Since the stretch is closed to motorized vehicles, only pedestrians and the quaint calesas rule the cobblestone streets. The clip-clop of the horse-drawn calesas on the cobblestone road alongside with ancestral houses of the Kamistisuhan District (Chinese Quarters) evokes the nostalgia of the historic Spanish colonial era.