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... and castellers alike.
Once inside we had a bit of a wander around to see how things worked. There are chambers with arched entrances under the seating, presumably used to house the cattle in the days when the arena was used for bull-fighting and each was allocated to a different colla, in particular to the youngsters of the canalla. There were bars dotted around inside selling beers, soft drinks and sandwiches and it was possible to walk all the way around on ...
... quite busy so we stopped off at Survent in Placa de la Font. We've had good Mamadetas from plenty of places in Tarragona but I reckon that the very best have been from Survent.
Our experience of the Baixada de l'Aliga is that you need to get there early if you want a decent view. Three hours early is not excessive. Today's inaugural event had an earlier start time so we hoped that it would not need such advanced planning but when we got to the ...
... Cemetery, which is a little way removed from most of the central attractions is one that we had not seen. We were fancying a late lunch in Serrallo and worked out a walking route to get there via the cemetery. On the way we found a shop selling cheap ... well everything, really, and for a few euros we bought ourselves some knives, forks and plastic tubs for the evening's provisions.
By the time we reached the cemetery we realised that it ...
... br> del Port, Nanos del Club Maginet,
Nanos de l’Associació de Veïns
Verge del Carme, Nanos de la
Garrotada, Gegants del Serrallo,
Gegants del Casc Antic, Gegants
i Nanos del Col·legi del Sagrat
Cor, Gegants i Nanos del Col·legi
Sant Domènec, Gegants del
Miracle, Nanos de la Unió de Sant
Pere i Sant Pau, Gegants de la
pl. Sant Miquel, gegant Bartolo
de l’Esplai Sant Fructuós, el nano
Guillem de la Guàrdia Urbana, ...
... room with a wonderful view of the carbage collection area - which is emptied at 3am. Oh Joy! The town itself is very cute and is typical of most Mediterranean costal towns, with the Fort, Churches and small quaint alleyways and streets that are only for pedestrians. We are again confronted by our mono-lingual upbringings, oh well, we manage to feed oursleves for the first few days untill we get a ...