Castell de l'Oliver
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... It was poignant because it was in the style that Jewish or African Americans may be recognised because of their sufferings of the 20th century so it drew a parallel to the victims of our society. A future generation will look back on and be incredulous at how we could be so cruel and ignorant just like we do. We then found the glittering port and ...
... We'd taken the option of an audio guide and this was able to provide greater depth to the experience. I guess we coulda stayed on all day, but in reality, I think there's only so much amazement one can take in one sitting so we left (although this is one place familia-arity would never breed contempt) and so we took another train into town to digest what we'd seen (as well as to take in some sustenance and refreshment for a different sort of future ...
... churches from several different periods and a well preserved Roman colosseum. The town itself has the usual Spanish assortment of plazas sprinkled with cafes and tapas bars. Tarragona is a good choice if you only have a day or two to get out of Barcelona, otherwise the beaches further south
Tarragona's main station, Tarragona, is on the main train line between Barcelona and Alicante, served by 'Euromed' and 'Alaris' trains, as well as regional trains. Talgo ...
After our guided tour, we were ready to find a place to eat dinner. We walked along this strip and had a very hard time deciding where to eat because there were soooo many choices. We ended up choosing this restaurant called Taller de Tapas. This place was so cool and apparently Scarlet Johansson filmed part of her movie 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona' in 2008. The food was absolutely delicious! We had shrimp, a hamburger with goat cheese ...
Our day begun early enough. As mentioned in the previous post, we has earmarked La Sagrada Familia for the day. Unfortunately, arriving at the cathedral early did not pay off as we were caught in the middle of a protest. A local women's party was rallying against the government's stance on making abortions illegal under pressure from the Catholic Church. They decided to make their voice heard by blocking entry into the cathedral. Thankfully, the protest ended in a ...