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Travel Blogs from Cambrils
Part of the IES program is a school trip to Tarragona. A region just south of Barcelona in Catalunya. It is famous for its amazing beaches and beautiful Roman ruins. On the first day of the trip we arrived in Tarragona around 10 am. The first thing we did was explore the ancient roman city which still serves as the city center in the town. I cannot even imagine looking out my window in the morning and seeing both an ancient roman temple and a beautiful gothic cathedral, but this is how ...
... to Cork.
We did venture out for groceries as a few home cooked meals were being requested. We also drove to Cambrils itself one afternoon to walk along the Mariner and explore the many alleys of food and tourist shops. A quick drive through Reus and Tarragona inadvertantly trying to find the Carreforre supermarket which is our favourite.
After 9 days, we are well rested and ready to finish our travels in Barcelona for 4 nights.
... luggage, and got the train to Prestwick airport. Straight over the bridge, checked in and bike box dispatched within 6 minutes and then in for a cheeky pint before going through security. Flight on time, 2 1/2 hours later in Reus, bike built in 15 mins and then the 3 mile spin into town from the airport! Checked in, paid, and then down to the bottom ...
... commercial port alongside and a railway running along the back of the
beach. It is lovely though....
think I'm “cathedraled out”! Jane “did” the cathedral and I
opted for a walk on the old city walls (not possible as it turns out)
and the mandatory cafe con leche. Still, I got on to the town's free
wifi and checked my emails while Jane had her culture fix....
... meal where Jane had a fine
Seabream and I had a **** steak! Heyho.... Even my cheesecake was
“plastic”. Still, I made up for it by making the most of the
shot bottles they left on our table. I wonder which of the three it
was that made my trip back to the “amenities block” quite so