Hotel Tarraco Park
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... and queuing, but then the weather forecast was for an overcast day so had decided not to bother. It was a strange one really, the main reason we'd come to Granada was to visit the Alhambra but now we were here we couldn't be ***** to get up in the morning so we could go. For us, Granada was such a cool place to hang out we didn't seem drawn to the Alhambra anymore. In the evening I made a tagine, I didn't quite have all the ingredients but made do, it was ****! Will I ...
... the beach still filled with people. After the tour I stayed a little longer with two friends, and ironically I ordered some very delicious nachos at an Irish pub. I am definitely looking forward to going back and really exploring the city some more.
And briefly back to Tarragona...Around the time of Halloween, there is also the tradition here of roasting chestnuts. Many people set up small stands around the city where they ...
... laugh a minute!
The theme of their first day turned into "Views of Barcelona" (and "Wine", but that seemed to a daily theme!). We started by going halfway up Tibidabo to a great little restaurant called Mirablau. The teachers often go there after school for a drink and an incredible view of Barcelona. We sat in the sun, drank cava, ate olives and caught up on the past eight months! We repeated the eating, drinking and chatting at the bar atop the Majestic Hotel in ...
... them all the way back to the square where after finding a final mamadeta for the night, we found the wonderful Txaranga Band Tocats in more or less the same place where we’d seen them last year, around the corner from the Ajuntament. They had been joined by various other musicians and we stayed and danced and sang along until we were too exhausted to continue, at which point we left them and several hundred others to it. We might have been in bed by 4 a.m. Or we might ...
... push the crowd back to give him enough room to pass and then to dance when he reaches the square. Next comes the lion and then best of all, the Mule. Now remember that this mule is huge and he has a playful reputation to maintain and little bells that he likes to hear as he canters or gallops along - and incredibly a tiny little girl perched on his back. Even on the steps Mulassa moves from side to side, giving the crowds the chance to pat him on the nose whilst trying to ...