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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Tarragona
... this place, we just kept the sea on right hand side of us and thirty miles later we were there. This road was more fun. We were speeding along at sea level and I looked up at the cliffs ahead of us and saw what looked like tunnels or bridges high up and threading through the cliffs, wonder where that goes I thought. The next minute we came to a hairpin bend, and then another, and another and started to climb up. It became clear that what I'd seen was the road we ...
Well, it has been a busy, exciting, somewhat stressful, yet productive couple of weeks! In September there was a major festival, Santa Tecla, which was very cool to experience. This festival occurs every year, and it is the biggest celebration in Tarragona. During this two-week festival there were always people walking around, artisans selling their handcrafted goods, lots music, and also several people in costume. Oh, ...
... ghost towns. But we certainly don't mind as we get the beach to ourselves. Tarragona has an interesting history as it was conquered by the Romans so there are many ruins here. It's the largest region of Catalonia and is rich in cultural aspects. One of which is the competition of Human Towers or Castells as its called in catalonia is a regional ...
... being renovated for years and there is a temporary structure there for the time being which will be missed when its gone. Cafe Lizarran has a good spot outside the market and sells Asturian cider so we thought "why not". As we were getting near I noticed two large birds overhead and we wrestled the binoculars out of the back pack to discover that they were Honey Buzzards. We also noted that they were accompanied by several small falcons and lots of Alpine Swifts.
... bands - there were perhaps four or five - some aspects of the latter stages of the night are a bit hazy for reasons unknown and we stopped taking photographs, or maybe just forgot to, after the Placa del Rei concert, but I'm pretty certain that we tagged ourselves on to the section of the crowd that were following El Lleo. We stayed with them for the remainder of the Baixada, which is perhaps only about 300 metres but which takes at least 90 minutes. Balconies along the route are ...