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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      ... to stock up on food and drink for the night because we sort of thought that we might not get much chance to eat later on - indeed there was so much that we wanted to do that we doubted we could fit it all in - and before very long it was time for the Corretoc Infantil.

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

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