Alexandra Aparthotel

Address: Rambla Nova, 71, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43003, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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      Settling in

      A travel blog entry by jaeugene on Sep 07, 2014

      4 photos

      ... in the 2nd century A.D. In one of my pictures you see a statue of a human tower - this is an event that takes place every two years in Tarragona at festivals. It is still pretty hot in Tarragona, but the perfect time to visit the Mediterranean Sea, which is how I spent my Saturday afternoon. On sundays basically everything is closed, but my friend Joanna and I decided to go and explore more of the city anyways, which was very ...

      Baixa de la Cucafera

      A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 20, 2013

      78 photos

      ... and on midnight the drums started up and shortly after the first devils appeared, dancing around the small square with screaming fireworks that must have been almost deafening for the people on the front rows. There followed about 30 minutes of pyrotechnic mayhem with thousands of fireworks, smoke, explosions, flashes, cheering and underneath it all the constant rhythm of the excellent drummers. The planning and choreography was perfect and the whole event ...

      The Baixada de l'Aliga

      A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 21, 2012

      56 photos

      ... it. There was a big cheer when the panerola appeared - presumably plenty of local people were aware of the saga of the Cucafera and they certainly new about the infestation, but it turned out that the first one was not the ‘cucafera’ panerola but another one that had been built by someone else with a satirical edge. The semi-official one appeared rather later and without an Uncle Sam hat.

      And before long, the three hour wait was up. The ...

      An early night? Don't even think about it.

      A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 21, 2011

      35 photos

      ... trampled - everybody likes to pat the mule on the nose. The little girl must have been given instructions to cling on tight but she managed to maintain a beaming smile, even when the mule was rearing in the air. It looked like fun.

      After the beasts, including some less formal unofficial entrants, although the cardboard box Aliga had long since been destroyed and converted into rectangular frisbees, and bands had started, we walked up the steps, away from the main ...

      Sitges

      A travel blog entry by kasia-waw on Oct 28, 2007

      ... a landmark. You really can't miss it. It does stick out like a sore thumb. Anyway I get to the staiton with plenty of time to spare. The town is really small. Hmmm.. I decide at that very time that I should have bought beer because by the time I get back to Barcelona most of everything will be closed. I survey the land and see this Arab looking store with beer signs across the way from the station. I quickly calculate walking stance and ...