I phoned work today and was told that I don't have to go to work. My boss moved my day off from Weds to Monday. Nice huh? It feels like I went on a long holiday. I was planning to visit the Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite but unfortunately, the Shrine is closed for viewing on Mondays. My second option was Pan de Amerika in Katipunan but Ruzelle hate it so much I had to put off the plans for now. Marikina Shoe Museum came to mind, I did a little research and off I went.
Imelda Marcos brand shoes.
Marikina Shoe Museum
Marikina Shoe Museum(Museo ng Sapatos) housed 300 of the shoes generously donated by the former first lady Imelda Marcos. She had shoes from Ungaro, Christian Dior, Chanel, Charles Jourdan, Rustan's Lady and I'm assuming her made to order shoes. One thing in common though, they're very classic in design and colourful. I actually saw Imelda years ago shopping in Glorietta for shoes. I was on the same boutique as her, a filo brand. I remember her trying on one sandals and buying the same style in 5 different colours. Very Imeldific. :)
Here's how I got to Marikina Shoe Museum:
I got off at Santolan LRT Station, took a jeep to Ligaya and another jeep to Marikina. Take a trike to Marikina Shoe Museum. It's across the Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish. Most trike driver's don't know the place so just say OLA. :)
The bike lane makes me wanna live in the city.
They have bikes and motorbikes parking too.
The marikenos are very magalang and accommodating. Really enjoyed my short stay of the city.
-originally written on missailema.blogspot.com-