On my third visit at the Quezon Memorial Circle, it was unintentional. I just came from UP Diliman and when the jeepney I'm riding at stopped i just decided to dropped by just in time its about night time.
what greeted me are the wide path going directly to the monument and on the sides are the tiangge's and the small stalls and what i missed the most from childhood days .. cotton candy .. ice drops .. and ice cream of mamang sorbetero!!!
during nighttime i love it more than daytime .. looks more lively with the different vibrant light colors ..
the three angels with sampaguita garlands that can be found in the topmost of the monument represent Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao..
and the illuminated dancing fountain .. with the lights and different water flows of the fountain that coordiante well with the music ..