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Had a more leisurely start to the day but was still on the bus to Reus (via Tarragona) before lunch time. Passed through Salou and I'm quite sure I won’t be passing through (or staying in it) any time soon. Great I guess if you’re 18 but otherwise not an ideal location. Reus itself is yet another interesting place although we did see it at a very leisurely pace. Tapas and vermouth was the choice for lunch today ...
... Statue. Headed back on the bus and tried to offload some of my dried cat food on a stay but he didn’t seem too impressed. I did, however, find half a dozen willing participants back at the campsite who seemed more than happy I’d emptied the entire box for their enjoyment. Back inside the campervan I imagined opening the curtains and finding a cat version of the film Birds ...
Arrived in Montblanc to find the restaurant we had planned to try was still closed. We had a look around the town instead and found a little café for lunch. Fascinating place. Just wish I'd took the time to read up on it before arriving. Have to admit Sue has done all the organising ...
... Tarraco, an ancient Roman city/port. We were able to see some of the ruins that were left here. First we say some stands of the old Circus, where chariot races used to be held. Afterwards, we walked around the old Roman wall that enclosed the city. We also saw a couple of the towers. We were actually able to go into one of these towers, where we saw some amazing views (I took lots of pictures). We also went into ...
... de la Font before sampling some of the goodies from Tecla Tapa, even though we were no longer hungry.
The programme had the "dwarves" parade approaching the cathedral precincts from the direction of Placa de la Font, ending up in the square at the bottom of the cathedral steps, where they would do their dances. We walked down the hill to intercept them and then watched a good proportion of the groups pass by before ...