Hotel Sant Jordi

Address: Via Augusta 185 , Tarragona, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43007, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Tarragona

        Spanish thai night special !!!

        A travel blog entry by donnainspain on Oct 01, 2016

        3 comments, 3 photos

        After a very lovely Thai chicken curry at the camp restaurant, what are the chances of friday being Thai night !!! The next morning we left Denia at 07.15 am. Thank goodness we bought the torch because it was pitch black on site. The roads were pretty quiet and we managed to avoid a 25 euro toll by using the adjacent road which was just as good. …

        Week Twenty One. Spain.

        A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on May 04, 2015

        ... It certainly wasn't like the tardis, it was bloody huge inside and bloody huge outside and quite different from a lot of the cathedrals we've been in with vast open spaces and high high ceilings all around. One of the main reasons we'd come to Granada was to visit the amazing Alhambra, but we hadn't realised you had to book your tickets months in advance or get up early and queue on the day to get one of the few tickets they released each day. We'd considered getting ...

        A new view

        A travel blog entry by jaeugene on Oct 26, 2014

        ... you always do and places you frequent, but its definitely fun to be open to adventures.
        Ok, I also realize I kind of lied about that first statement. A few weekends ago I went on a bike tour of Barcelona with other Erasmus students on a Saturday afternoon. Barcelona is only a 45 minute train ride from Tarragona, so its definitely an easy day-trip. We road through a beautiful garden, saw La Sagrada Familia from a distance, as ...

        Baixa de la Cucafera

        A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 20, 2013

        78 photos

        ... as if the diables do this every night of the year. If I ever get to live in Catalunya then I hope that I can find the time and the energy to be a member of both a colla de castellers and a ball de diables. Fantastic. I wonder what their 50th birthday party will be like.

        It was now a long time after midnight. We'd managed a couple more mamadetas along the way and possibly made good use of our vodka too. We hadn't got close to eating all our snacks but ...

        The Baixada de l'Aliga

        A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Sep 21, 2012

        56 photos

        ... it. There was a big cheer when the panerola appeared - presumably plenty of local people were aware of the saga of the Cucafera and they certainly new about the infestation, but it turned out that the first one was not the ‘cucafera’ panerola but another one that had been built by someone else with a satirical edge. The semi-official one appeared rather later and without an Uncle Sam hat.

        And before long, the three hour wait was up. The ...