AC Hotel Tarragona by Marriott
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¡Buenos! So we only spent one night and one day in Tarragona, but it was as if we had been transported thousands of years into the past. After we FINALLY managed to find the hotel, we spent the next day walking through the old city which is chock full of old Roman architecture. Some highlights: a defensive tower, the entire city wall, and an …
Part of the IES program is a school trip to Tarragona. A region just south of Barcelona in Catalunya. It is famous for its amazing beaches and beautiful Roman ruins. On the first day of the trip we arrived in Tarragona around 10 am. The first thing we did was explore the ancient roman city which still serves as the city center in the town. I cannot even imagine looking out my window in the morning and seeing both an ancient roman temple and a beautiful gothic cathedral, but this is how ...
... methods and materials are taken into consideration as well as style and design. It is a feast of stained glass, ceramics, metal- and woodwork, with not a straight line in sight. The weather by early afternoon was better so we decided to return to Sagrada Familia where the entrance queue was anticipated at an hour so we decided to go for it and stood in line. In the end it was made more tolerable by chatting to a couple ...
... and 'boutiques' selling keepsakes (tat). I was also disappointed to observe the inappropriate behaviour of small children, noisily running around in a religious space, unchecked by their parents. It was more like a theme park than a spiritual experience. Having seen enough, we took the return cable car, followed by the 45-minute journey back to the site where we cooked paella for tea. Later, it is off to the terrace bar where it is live jazz ...
... from nowhere, nestles against or literally in the hills.
We drive through the small town of San Esteban De Gormaz, approaching it over a gorgeous narrow stone bridge with a hill behind it. We park and walk on the bridge as we can see that homes are built into the hill. It was amazing. How old they must be?
There was also what looks to be a giant "ant hill" but it also looks lived in too.
Back in the car and passing by Frago, Soses ...
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