Hotel SB Ciutat De Tarragona
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... D. In one of my pictures you see a statue of a human tower - this is an event that takes place every two years in Tarragona at festivals. It is still pretty hot in Tarragona, but the perfect time to visit the Mediterranean Sea, which is how I spent my Saturday afternoon. On sundays basically everything is closed, but my friend Joanna and I decided to go and explore more of the city anyways, which was very cool since we got to see a lot of the old Roman architecture, ...
... we don't get very creative.
So far we have had orientations to the program and our classes that have been anticlimactic, but I have met tons of new people and most of them are really nice and seem fun.
We have gone to a few clubs and different restaurants so far. We went to a bar called DOW JONES where drink prices go u0p and down based on their popularity like the stock market. We went to a club called SHOKU that was fun but basically all Americans Abroad ...
I left David and Alison after breakfast today and drove a long way down the Spanish Coast to south of Tarragona. I am on a beach site overlooking the med but it's not very sunny! No idea how far I'll get tomorrow towards Mojacar but maybe all the way? We'll have to ...
... the group turning back to the bus early on. Alan led the group (including Ian) through the web of caterpillars, clearing the path with a big stick. Unfortunately, the caterpillars had reinforcements to replace those that had been destroyed by Alan and started descending on some of the group - there was much squealing and laughing during the descent. Eyewitness accounts suggest that our intrepid tour leader Zaida was the biggest squealer, and apparently ...
... a wine tasting. Those of us that didn't walk met at 10am and strolled around the picturesque medieval town of Mont Blanc for a couple of hours. We really enjoyed the walk around the town. Zaida had arranged for a taxi to pick us up at 12.30 and take us to the Milmanda Estate to join the rest of the group for lunch. It should have taken about 15 minutes but the taxi driver got lost and it took us about 30 minutes to arrive. We had a beautiful lunch of cheeses ...