"Just imagine that, I was having a heritage tour without walking or riding. I just stayed at one place and just turned around for 360 degrees, it was already a heritage tour."
I was seeing arched windows, old-fashioned lamps placed at the walls and the endless cycle of the fountains being pumped from below.
The view put a big smile on my face thinking about the effort of the people of Laoag in preserving these old structures. They are indeed living testaments of the past.
|Tower at the back: Tobacco Monopoly Monument|
The new fountain was under a "trial" that time because it was [newly built (?) or rebuilt (?)]. After few minutes, they have turned the pump that makes the fountain into shape off. Yes! I captured the scene before it was turned off!
I was actually faced to the south and I saw two towers -- first is the Tobacco Monopoly Monument and second, the "golden arch." I Just scratched my head because McDonald's was also catching the attention of people leaving the Tobacco Monopoly Monument tower to sink.
This Marcos country continues to bring her charm before me.
sinking bell tower. I was truly surrounded by old buildings and structures this time.
The sinking bell tower soars high with might and beauty.
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