Hotel Tarraco Park
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... drive to Tarragona. Looking outside we were astonished by the rain. It was torrential. Broad streams were racing across the car park of the Hotel Class. The dust of the steppes might be washed off but we sincerely hoped that they had remembered to close the roof of the Tarraco Arena.
At the agreed time (somewhat before 6 a.m. if I remember correctly) we met up with a few of the bits in the hotel lobby and I drove us into town - there was no question of walking ...
... Hard Rock Cafe at 7:45am and then loaded the buses from there. Molly and I sat together on the bus and fell asleep on and off the whole time. After making a pit stop, we had finally arrived in Tarragona, the main center of Roman settlement. We took a tour through the region around L'Hospitalet, which is known for the Roman cultural heritage. There were so many historical and beautiful sights to see. The Circ Roma de Tarragona is a famous place where ...
... green Chartreuse and because their limon grannissats are made using fresh ingredients and there was one on Placa de la Font just a few doors down from the hotel.
The Sirvent Mamadetas get our vote because they are sharper and less sweet than most of the others we've tried but the others can be pretty good too.
Today was the children's day of Santa Tecla. We had missed lots of events whilst travelling but some of the big ones were still to take place and in ...
... today was only 5 hours, taking us past the Pyrenees toward Zaragoza, then thru the desert regions of east central Spain, then across a small mountain range into Terragona to our beach retreat nearby.
Our trip today was interesting because we went from heavily forested mountains to the flat high country to dry, near desert conditions and finally back to green mountains and the Mediterranean shore of ...
... br> -Castellon De La Plana. Mansilla and Tunon's Centre dus Belles Artes. Floor and level play in art exhibition area. Brown, beaded curtains that coverered entire ealls and moved with slight breezes. Incredible detail, rough in other parts.
-Taragona. We have dinner at a kebab place and visit the casino near our hotel, to see what its like. I get bored pretty fast and head to ...