H10 Mediterranean Village
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... square where the Gaudi Centre is. The sun was playing out and so we enjoyed soaking it up sitting outside. Had our second visit to a Dunkin Donuts outlet in two days as they have free wifi (blog must go live folks). Actually their coffee is rather good and Sue has got me drinking the smaller stronger variety too (Contardo). It all seems to fit. We had a stroll round and then took a tour round the Gaudi Centre. I do like ...
First trip out was to Tarragona on the bus (€5.70 for two returns). Loved this place. The architecture including the many statues and Roman remains were great to see. Not normally my cup of tea, but this place has something interesting round every corner. Found a cafe early on which had wifi so during two coffees managed to update my blog. Connection was slow so I may be forced to reduce the amount of ...
... tour so I need to get my head stuck in the Spain Guide very soon if I’m to make the most of this holiday. The lack of Wi-Fi isn’t great for updating this blog too so you may find it arriving in chunks. Headed off in the campervan for a final 40 minutes until we reached ...
... the ruins that were underground, which was pretty cool. We finished the tour by going into the old Roman amphitheater (it looks like a smaller version of the colosseum). After our informative tour, I grabbed some wine with some of my friends. Then it was time for me to head to the train station.
... 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 ...