I admit that the drive into and through Tarragona was a nightmare, and yes, I do feel guilty – but we managed to park and armed with Sat Nav walked into town, of course we arrived at siesta time and most shops were shut.
Beautiful pebble mosaic pavements
After lunch we made our way to the first place we wanted to visit, a merchant’s house with a Roman courtyard
it was 3.15€ entrance fee which was fine until we realised that if we bought a day ticket for 10.50€ that would give us entrance to all the attractions we wanted to visit – unfortunately we hadn’t given ourselves enough time to do everything today (and use the day ticket to full advantage) so we’ve decided to return within the next couple of days (at least we know where to park and how to get there now!); hopefully the weather will have improved too.
While we were there we did take a few pictures of doors and their furniture.
All the doorways were special
Again just a door to a house
in an 'ugly' kind of way
This door is only about 4' high
And I just loved the way these bollards had been hand painted.