Hotel Tarraco Park
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... and went for a swim and spent a couple of hours enjoying the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. After we returned the bikes we stopped for a beer and then went to the Museu Romantic for another one of the concerts that were part of the Sitges cultural festival. This one was traditional Spanish guitar held in the gorgeous courtyard of the museum. Like the organ concert we attended a couple of nights ago, everyone received a glass of cava. The music was so beautiful, even people outside ...
As we had a train to catch we went for breakfast at 100Montaditos first then took the metro to Estacio de Sants where we had just missed a train. There was a bit of a wait for the next one so we went for a walk and stopped for a Vichy Catalan at the quiet square on Carrer de Riego. The next train was late, of course and Platform 9 was stiflingly hot but eventually we were on the train and heading south.
Our first choice for hotel was Placa ...
... on our way to Valencia outside the city. Of course, Zack and I saw many similar structures during our time in Rome and Italy, but mom and dad were thrilled to be walking on streets and seeing buildings that had lasted thousands of years. From my perspective it was very interesting to see how efficient and structured the Romans were. We all learn that fact in school, but then to see ...
... Tecla Tapa - now there's a nice idea. There's a marquee set up for the duration of the festival not far from Rambla Vella and that's where Tecla Tapa has its home. Tables are set up around the edge and various organisations and companies set up stalls that sell a variety of burgers, sandwiches, baked potatoes and other food at reasonable prices. JD and CC missed it last year due to lack of time so we headed there after filling the backpack with essentials for the night, in time ...
... sun was warm and we weren't driving.
The Ajuntament front door was open, so we checked at the desk and were told that it was ok to go inside. The childrens' versions of the beasts of the Seguici Popular were on show in the first hall whilst a side room contained a huge boat thingy and an exhibition of some rather pedestrian maritime paintings by a Russian artist who had visited Tarragona recently.
JD and CC had been going on about the Donosti restaurant in ...
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