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By the time we got to Plaça del Castell all the colles were in place and the area was a sea of colour, with plenty of supporters as well as a fairly hefty press presence. The teams taking part were as follows:
- Tirallongues de Manresa
· Castellers de Berga
· Castellers de Mallorca
· Castellers de Badalona
· Colla Jove Xiquets de Vilafranca
· Vailets de ...
... many fireworks (that part was kind of scary, as it seemed to occur randomly throughout the day)! During the final days of the festival there were many people playing music in the streets, several human towers, people dressed as religious figures and as animals. Now you are probably wondering, what is this festival all about? I even had a hard time figuring this out by asking around, besides the fact that it is ...
... 20 to 60. The teams competed one at a time and were surrounded by their supporters all following in the same colored tops. It was great entertainment. All teams were successful in building different human pyramidal type structures with the youngest and nimblest kids being at the top.
In the afternoon, we took the train from Passeig de Gracia to Tarragona, about 60km south of Barcelona to meet our friends who ...
My first week of classes went well, I guess. Though I can't say much about that since I only had two of my four classes. I had a very long weekend since Thursday there were no classes, and I don't have any classes on Friday. We all had Thursday, September 11th off ironically because of a day-long festival. This festival, Día de Catalonia, occurs every year, and it is a festival that pays tribute to the defeat of Catalonia to the Spanish 1714. In Barcelona ...
... I think I have ever seen checking in for an international flight. It can’t have been 15 minutes between getting off the bus and sitting down in the lounge with a glass of Cava in our hands! Magnificent.
The four-day trip to the wine regions of Cataluña was a remarkable and surprising journey into a fascinating area. I felt as though we had only just scratched the surface of what was on offer here and I can’t wait to return to scratch some ...