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... the five main beaches and several smaller ones.
Museum of Archeology
Casc antic (old part of the city)
Roman amphitheatre--The Roman amphitheatre, next to the sea, was built in the second century.
Major Events Tarragona International Dixieland Festival. the week before Holy Week, end of march. he unique Dixieland festival in Spain and one of the most important in Europe: 25 bands and 100 concerts. edit
... knows what. We thought it was a hen's night but on a Tuesday? They were well and truly plastered and chased groups who ran past, made friends with dogs and even the police. They asked us to join them as we were leaving but we made a hasty retreat - the cocktails they were drinking looked pretty lethal.
The other group was from Poland and carried on like yobbos but were harmless enough. They were drinking sangria on ...
... circle with the statue of Christopher Columbus, Spain’s historic favorite son. We traveled to the waterfront past the World Trade Center, numerous sculptures and statues, under the tram that reached from the waterfront to the top of the hill with historic fort buildings.
Also on top of the hill is the Olympic Village built for the 1992 summer Olympics. The Olympic pool is now open to the public with a few days designated ...
... with specific instructions left for its construction. Each fašade has 4 parapets or bell towers– 12 in all representing the 12 apostles. Each carries the name and sculpture of the apostle it represents. There are also 4 pinnacles 25 m high. In the centre, the tower which will be the tallest is yet to be built. It will represent Jesus and be taller than anything else in Barcelona. Each bell tower has a different tone and they rung as we were leaving, seeing us on ...
Monday the 7th of
October – A fabulously hot
sunny day to leave Paris. We left for the airport just before 11am
and arrived in Barcelona around 3.20pm – the flight took around an
hour twenty. Blue skies greeted us and in no time we were at our
hotel, the same one our friends Margaret and Adrian had stayed in.
We were upgraded to a better room for no apparent reason. It is so
big it takes a double ...