Chapter 4: Bienvenido a España! (Alhambra)


After we passed by the Cathedral, we roam around. We passed the Arabic stores where we saw different kinds of Arabic products and Granada’s products as well. Most of the structures and sites we passed by are historical. At night, we walked ahead to the view deck of Granada, we just walked slowly because Andrew and Juanita could not walk fast as it matter of their age. Until we reach the view deck. We saw the fascinating view of Granada and Al Hambra. We stayed there for a couple of hours and had some beers and cigarettes. There were so many tourists from different countries on the view deck. I honestly didn’t know about Granada and how importance it is in Spain, I just knew the word “Granada” is a Filipino Local term of “Grenade”. The cities that I just recognized in Spain are only Barcelona and Madrid.

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