Hotel Tarraco Park
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Check out our new blog at https://stuandamanda.wordpress.com Granada - Las Negras - Agres - Tarragona Monday May 4th We'd managed to bag ourselves a fantastic apartment here in Granada, right in the middle of all the good stuff and overlooking a busy little square, we could have pretty much spent all our time here just stood on the balcony watching the comings and goings in the square. It was another apartment where everything there was just about brand new; kitchen mugs ...
... in the 2nd century A.D. In one of my pictures you see a statue of a human tower - this is an event that takes place every two years in Tarragona at festivals. It is still pretty hot in Tarragona, but the perfect time to visit the Mediterranean Sea, which is how I spent my Saturday afternoon. On sundays basically everything is closed, but my friend Joanna and I decided to go and explore more of the city anyways, which was very ...
... all the practice runs seemingly going to plan and everyone looking commited and strong. We weren't asked to help this time but we were happy simply to stand and admire and maybe pick up a few tips on techniques for our next visit to Valls.
The culmination of the night was the Carretilada of the Ball de Diables de Tarragona, again in front of the cathedral steps. A few years back we greatly enjoyed the 25th birthday celebrations of the Diables de Voramar ...
... steps and whilst passing through some of the narrow streets that the parade graces. There were numerous volunteers who would have helped ensure safety on the day and a touching protest in front of the Ajuntament led by her daughter, the Cucafera Petita, the council couldn’t be persuaded to agree.
The people who look after the Cucafera came up with a solution. They made a “panerola” - a giant beetle/cockroach thing that would join ...
... to watch. Some people had made a little replica Aliga out of cardboard boxes. A group had a large Catalan flag. El Lleo came out for a walk and some of Tarragona's senior gegants made their way onto the square. And of course there were frequent, spontaneous outbreaks of Amparito Roca and other chants and songs. The highlight of the lead up to the Baixada, though was when the 'best' bit of Paquito el Choclatero came drifting over the crowd, eliciting an immediate ...