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Part of the IES program is a school trip to Tarragona. A region just south of Barcelona in Catalunya. It is famous for its amazing beaches and beautiful Roman ruins. On the first day of the trip we arrived in Tarragona around 10 am. The first thing we did was explore the ancient roman city which still serves as the city center in the town. I cannot even imagine looking out my window in the morning and seeing both an ancient roman temple and a beautiful gothic cathedral, but this is how ...
... not valid for this particular network, and sensed that this happens frequently as we were let off by the inspector. On the approach to the city, it was raining, which we had not bargained for so first of all got on the tour bus for which we had purchased advance tickets (sitting undercover rather than on the open top-deck), alighting at the Sagrada Familia. We had read about the queues but were not prepared to stand in ...
... as pharmacists in the UK for a while last year. It was good to make this acquaintance earlier today to complete the family 'picture'. Meanwhile, a more mature couple from London have now come into the pitch opposite so last night we were chatting with them 'til almost midnight. They have been coming to this site for many years off-season so are accomplished 'snowbirds' and anxious to pass on tips for things to do in the area and further ...
... so I could actually move for the rest of the day, and reading my book on a deck chair, cooling myself in the pool.
Pure bliss for all of us.
You will see from the photos, 6 pools with slides and lifeguards with whistles that they loved blowing, especially at the O'Hara girls. Grace was on a last warning from her favourite lifeguard for sliding down head first, or sideways, and our ball throwing also allowed us to hear how clever they were ...
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