Hotel Ciutat De Tarragona
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... kept most of them away from the dinner table though. Most spectacular though was the grasshopper which paid us a brief visit. It must have been six inches long.
The site was full, and as we explored we found out why. Talking to a group of English near the reception we found out they were part of a large group of motor homers who had been touring together and were now on their way home. Ten or so had remained together and come to Iseo. ...
... carried out brings it to life. Their construction techniques are the same in Spain as they are in Rome, regardless of the differences in culture, language, and the sheer distance between the two places. After our brief stop in Tarragona, we drove to Valencia. Stay tuned for more adventures! Your Can't-Escape-the-Italians Adventurers, Katherine, Zack, Ginger and Steve (aka mom and ...
... 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 ...
... in case you weren't sure.
A new Roman site has been opened up on the way to Serallo so we took a small diversion to have a look at it. It's less dramatic than most of the city's antiquities but presumably adds to Tarragona's claim to be a World Heritage site. One of the highlights of the visit was seeing a domestic cat carrying a whole adult feral pigeon across the square and then scambling the steep slope/cliff into which the Roman site was built. It seemed ...
... near Sants Station to Gracia) for fares similar to what we paid for the short trip up the hill from the station. Still better than lugging bags up there, though.
After 20 minutes of sorting stuff out we met James in the bar of the Noria and shortly after set out in search of our first Mamadetas of the festa. It didn't tale long because we'd read (possibly on their own website) that the gelateria chain Sirvent make the best Mamadetas, doubtless because they use both yellow and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services