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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Tarraco, an ancient Roman city/port. We were able to see some of the ruins that were left here. First we say some stands of the old Circus, where chariot races used to be held. Afterwards, we walked around the old Roman wall that enclosed the city. We also saw a couple of the towers. We were actually able to go into one of these towers, where we saw some amazing views (I took lots of pictures). We also went into ...
... on-line campaigns and protests by her daughter in front of the city hall, she wasn't allowed, though. She's too wide, you see. The Baixada de l'Aliga goes along some narrow lanes and it is packed. The Mulassa is huge but quite narrow and even she has a job getting through. Health and Safety, I suppose. But in 2013 La Cucafera got a night of her own and when we read about it we decided we had to go, even though we'd already paid for our Barcelona hotel. At least ...
... filled with wine. A porron is kind of like a flask with a long spout for pouring. The object is to high pour wine into your mouth, hence the bibs! This was probably the most fun part of the meal. After we were done our first course, the servers came by and rolled up the paper tablecloth and there were real tablecloths underneath. They came around and brought us our main course. It was served family style for four people. Inside the platter was a ...
... climb up to the historic and business district. It is especially noted for its Roman heritage, as it was an important Roman outpost in the 2nd C AD.
The first site we came to on our bikes was the Roman amphitheatre… if we hadn’t seen dozens of these darned things last year we would have been very impressed! We then arrived at the outlook at the waterfront end of the "Ramblas" which is a 19th C era 2 kilometre long ...
... a chance with English, so she tried to be helpful and said "What country are you from?". They ignored her. The lady on the gate asked again and tried about four different languages, slowly and paitently until one of the group responded with "Bel ...". there followed a pause. Quite along one, in which we had time to think that we'd normally expect a group of four Belgian adults to have at least a basic understanding of one of the languages used until the tension with finally ...