Astari Hotel

Address: Via Augusta 95 - 97, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43003, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Augusta 95 - 97, Tarragona, is near Amfiteatre Roma, Cathedral, Archaeology Museum of Tarragona (Museu Nacional Arqueologic de Tarragona), and AquaPark Safari Aqualeon.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Tarragona

    Day 1 - Santa Tecla, Tarragona

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 20, 2014

    67 photos

    ... whilst waiting for some company.

    After this there were a number of things that sounded interesting but the one that really caught our eye was described in the programme as Arribada
    dels participants a la 32a Mostra de Foklore Viu. Nanos, Capgrossos, Cabuts i
    Esparriots . which was a gathering of ceremonial "dwarves" and related characters, which are popular throughout Catalunya.

    Before this there was a ...

    Frist Week: Complete

    A travel blog entry by brittanyabroad on Sep 06, 2014

    34 photos

    ... we don't get very creative.
    So far we have had orientations to the program and our classes that have been anticlimactic, but I have met tons of new people and most of them are really nice and seem fun.
    We have gone to a few clubs and different restaurants so far. We went to a bar called DOW JONES where drink prices go u0p and down based on their popularity like the stock market. We went to a club called SHOKU that was fun but basically all Americans Abroad ...


    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 ...

    Barcelona - More

    A travel blog entry by big8little on Apr 28, 2007

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... that was conceptualized and designed by Gaudi. We didnīt sign up for a tour or use the audio guide but it was very obvious that once finished, this place would be an amazing tribute to his legacy. Utilising his fantastic imagination coupled with discipline thatīs drawn from both his talent and his deep connection with the Roman Catholic religion, it would definitely help define the spirit of this city. It has a strong desire to remember the past ...

    Fast Cars, Nude Beaches, and Gay Fashion

    A travel blog entry by zento on Oct 28, 2006

    3 comments, 29 photos

    ... we moved out from Barcelona, the scenery changed from busy streets and avenues to light freeways up into the mountains surrounding the city. The mountains seemed like hills from far away, but when you're up close, going up them, they are monstrous. But when we were close to the peak, riding on the serpentine roads, we suddenly realized we had a mighty companion: the vast and endless Mediterranean sea to our ...