Hotel SB Express Tarragona
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... late afternoon to early evening. It is also a great area for walking and cycling as well so it is high up on our list of possible areas to look for property.
The Magic Roundabout has been another theme for the Trip. Jo named the van Florence before we left which was derived from "Florence and the machine" one of our favourite artists. Another friend of ours then picked up on the Magic Roundabout theme and said that Chris should be "Zebedee" ...
... covered with scaffolding and protective sheeting! We went inside to have a look at this 60s building with a huge circular copper ceiling under the dome. A service in English was coming to an end, regardless, or for the benefit of, the tourists, We wanted to see the Sibelius monument so I asked a young girl from the tourist office, riding a bike by the church, now to get there. She said it was only about 10 minutes walk and also gave us a pamphlet about the #2/3 tram that does ...
... and leeks, followed by chocolate gelato. Bill had pizza slices and blue cheese, booked into Prime C for tomorrow night, then we went to the Luxe lounge to hear the music trivia quiz which was today on musicals. We weren't much good as many of them were newer or lesser known ones but chatted to some others there. Walking back we bumped into Darroll and Maria by the jigsaw and chatted for ...
... in to admire the interior of the Trinitatis Church with its beautiful and elegant organ (which was being tuned and sounded pretty good), an enormous case clock and lovely brass chandeliers which looked fabulous against the white and timber interior. There was a great brick ramp spiralling up to the tower and an arcaded old building on the corner opposite. We made our way back to Christansborg with time to see the Royal Stables, the only original part left of ...
The calm seas continued throughout the night and we awoke to a mild morning and had coffee and juice and read in bed. As we got closer to the tip of Denmark the shipping traffic increased and, when we sighted the coastline and continued on to Skågen, it was like Rundle Street, with oil and gas tankers, fishing boats and even yachts. Bill went down for breakfast while I had a shower, then I got a coffee and we went to the Cabaret Lounge for the captain's ...