Then we will cycle to Caldes de Montbui, site of hot springs that have been in use since Roman times. We will have an opportunity to take a dip in these, the best-preserved Roman Baths in all of Spain.
Sounds like a full day, so I thought I would update today's notes since it is still early. After the briefing, I went with Lee and Carolynn to the bike store that I had discovered this afternoon.Then, since we had all had a big lunch, we went to a Creperie for a light supper. The Creperie is located right on the Plaza Mayor, and we arrived just in time to see a brief procession of several gigantic figures dress in traditional Catalan costume. It was apparently a preview of a more elaborate display that will take place tomorrow afternoon. We each had an entree crepe (I had goat cheese and caramelized onions) and a dessert crepe (chocolate, coconut and banana for me). That was plenty of sustenance. Then we took a walk to the Roman Temple, and back to the hotel for a relatively early (10 pm) end to another great day in Spain.
|Procession of Los Gigantes|
|Roman Temple in Vic|