Five-hour bus ride to the Alhambrada Palace in Granada, where the temperature difference between day and night is just as big as 10:00 p.m. The temperature difference between day and night is really fast getting sunburned 3605 degrees without dead ends. At that time, I was curious about why this European castle was full of Islamic flavor, and the noise of this week's City was far less than the corner of its history.
In any case, it is not like a place in Spain. It feels like Tibet in Spain and Xinjiang. The exotic style is very strong and obvious. However, it is understandable that after all, it is a place ruled by Arabs for more than 900 years, so it gives people a feeling that the Arabic culture is stronger.
Put down your luggage, rush to the cathedral, afraid to say that the ticket sales have stopped, and sure enough, the ticket seller said that you only have half an hour to visit, and close the door immediately. The church opens at 4 p.m. and closes at 6:30 p.m. Can the time for worship be shorter?
Take a taxi back downtown again and we went to Granada Cathedral. At first, I couldn't find the entrance to the church. I asked two sisters who looked like Chinese and were actually Chinese (who thought they were Chinese several times, but only spoke English), and told them that the church had not opened yet. Undesperately, we circled around the church for most of the time. When we saw people queuing up, we presumably entered the church. We shouted and queued up. The church is still like this. It's not very famous. If we really go to Europe next time, we must mend the history and knowledge of Western religions.