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I have met some friends am beginning to familiarize myself with some of Tarragona. Over these past days I have explored la Rambla - a big pedestrian stretch with different cafes, restaurants and stores on each side. On Friday I went out with a few new friends and explored this area, and we also saw the Roman Amphitheater. This amphitheater is one of the main highlights of Tarragona, as it has not been modified in any way since it ...
... 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 ...
... de l’Aliga as an unofficial entrant - there are usually several of these, often accompanied by their own musicians and never allowed entry into the Ajuntament at the end. We were looking forward to seeing this as we made our way from the Ball de Gegants to the steps of the cathedral where the number of people already camped out to wait for the start of the parade was even greater than at 9 p.m. last year. Last year we had sat near the walls which allowed us ...
... very good chance that at any time you will be in direct physical contact with two or three other complete strangers. You won't always have total control of where you go next. From time to time small groups, usually of young men push each other around like punk rockers at a 1977 Damned gig (without the spitting, though, mercifully) and before that you'll probably have been standing or at best sitting around on a hard surface for two or three hours. But it isn't horrible. Not at all. ...
... was in a multi-storey. As luck would have it, there was a sign in the car park to the 'Hertz reserved spaces' and we left the car in the one remaining space. We couldn't return the key though, because the office had no apparent letter box!
A taxi took us up the short but steep road from the station to Hotel Placa de la Font (surely the best hotel to stay in if you're visiting for Santa Tecla) and we quickly checked in, phoned James and arranged to meet him on ...