Hotel Tarraco Park
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... recovered from a cold in two days - it usually takes me as much as two to three weeks, so I am truly amazed. I did buy and start using Betadine but Pudd told me to stuff that and gargle with scotch. Well, we had so much duty free alcohol so I took his advice and from the first gargle I could feel the scotch burn away at the inside of my mouth and the top of my throat where is was especially sore. Now here I am two days later seemingly fully ...
... were held, such as chariot racing up until the 5Th century. We also saw the Amfiteatre Roma, which held many popular events, including gladiatorial games. The view from here was absolutely breathtaking. So after our tour finished up, I went to lunch with Molly and two other girls that we met earlier in the day. We went to a place and at the outside tables because it was so nice out. I finally had my first glass of sangria! We split a pitcher four ways ...
... was the Cercavila starting in about an hour and the various elements were already forming up in Placa de la Font.
We stopped to see them all safely underway and as they take quite a long route around town thought we might intercept them in Placa del Rei but despite taking a short cut by the time we got near it was clear that the crowd of spectators was huge and that we would not be able to get through, so we stopped for a while in front of the headquarters of the Joves de Tarragona ...
... grueling days, we felt an attachment to the Camino and our fellow pilgrims. At the same time we were relieved that we would not be spending the next 5 weeks trekking on to the end of the earth. I think, though, some day soon, we'll be back to continue the journey.
(Our Camino experience is covered in separate blog called ...
"the Camino - Our Way"
... included on our TravelPod main page.)
We got an email from son Jeremy today saying that our approval for Saudi Arabia visas has come through, so we now must plan to head to Madrid some time soon to get to the Saudi embassy to complete things. So… the plan at the moment, subject to our usual day to day changes, is to spend another day down here visiting Tarragona, then back to Barcelona to get the transmission diagnosed and maybe repaired… could take as much as a week if we ...