Hotel Sant Jordi
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... We toured through a very well presented archeological museum.
While we were in port, Judy celebrated her birthday and that night after dinner on the boat and dessert in town, we watched a parade in the rain followed by fireworks from the shoreline. Judy and Rochelle tried to learn a Catalonian jig that looked easy, but in fact was much more difficult than it ...
... visitors, everyone I interact with here in Spain knows only the Mollie who exists after August 15, 2013. It's a strange thing, really. The friends I've made here have become such wonderful friends so quickly, but seeing Pam and Leanne reminded me of the comfort that comes from being surrounded by people who know you in a way that only time allows. And now, thinking about packing up and leaving again brings a new set of goodbyes but with it, a whole new set of beginnings!
... find all sorts of ruins there. Preserved in situ are seven column bases. Also remains of the basilica, remains of a square and an island of houses surrounded by streets, one of which is stoned. It is funny to walk through all this because all around you are modern apartments and office blocks.
All these Roman Ruins we saw today are very well displayed to the general public. They charge such a minute amount of money for entrance fees as well. Being seniors we were ...
... polished and well maintained instruments but there are plenty of gaps in between.
It was after 2 a.m. when we finally reached Placa de la Font but we weren't even tempted to head for our hotels which are both near the entrance to the square that the parade arrives at and we kept going until all the beasts had been safely put to be in the ayuntament and remained for a while to enjoy the exuberant atmosphere. Our vodka had finally run out somewhere between Placa del Rei ...
... was a rendition of the Rocky movie theme followed by an hilarious version of the James Bond tune where they weaved in and out and up and down like sharks around a sinking boat during the 'sinister' section. If it was the Baixada de l'Aliga that brought us back to Tarragona for Santa Tecla in 2010 it's the chance of moments like these that are unprogrammed and impossible to predict that will take us back again. Thanks guys.
All the cheering and clapping, not ...