Hotel Royal Tarraco

Sant Auguri 5, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43002, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tarragona

Day 36

A travel blog entry by 4girls on Aug 05, 2014

... until our bus at 9:10am. The bus dropped us off at Salou (an hour south of Barcelona) were we got lunch then enjoyed the pool/bed. Once everyone was awake again it was 7:00pm so we went to grab some dinner. On the way Chloe searched for the Dancing Fountain were we watched a cute little water and music show. After dinner we made our way back home getting to bed at ...

Baixa de la Cucafera

A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 20, 2013

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... more it's because I'm deliberately down-playing it. It's brilliant. Not for people who think they don't like crowds, though.

This year, to see the event we would have had to miss two nights of La Merce so we'd decided that we would leave it until 2014 and even better, take advantage of the much better timings in 2015 to see even more of Santa Tecla. That was until we found out about the Baixa de la Cucafera.

Now it's important to understand a ...

Ta Ta to Tarragona

A travel blog entry by mgruber5 on Jan 12, 2013

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... filled with wine. A porron is kind of like a flask with a long spout for pouring. The object is to high pour wine into your mouth, hence the bibs! This was probably the most fun part of the meal. After we were done our first course, the servers came by and rolled up the paper tablecloth and there were real tablecloths underneath. They came around and brought us our main course. It was served family style for four people. Inside the platter was a ...

An early night? Don't even think about it.

A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 21, 2011

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... the Roman remains are Tarragona's main archaeological claim to fame, this site includes partly Roman interior walls and more recent exterior walls, built during the war of Spanish Succession. The 'passeig' is the path that runs between the two. It is peaceful and well preserved and complemented by attractive trees, shrubs and flowers. The site is linear and so you get to see it all from both sides if you walk to the end and back.

We'd had a text from James and ...

More Santa Tecla

A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 19, 2011

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... for the early part of the day and we weren't expecting James or Tony & Kay to be up and about soon, so we went for a walk to perhaps see some areas we hadn't been to before. We wound our way fairly randomly through Tarragona's streets, slowly heading up hill until we finally intersected Rambla Nova, quite a long way down (or up) near the castellers statue where we spent an amusing few minutes trying to get a photo of the work without people in it. It's a popular location ...

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