La Pilarica

Address: Cerrar Smith, 20, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Tarragona

Magic Roundabout

A travel blog entry by jochris on Jul 07, 2015

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... got us back on the proprty search. In town we spotted two other properties so went off to find the local agent. He spoke no English so the next hour or so were interesting. I'd asked about one place but he got the keys for another on the same street. One was very old and a big project. The second was fully renovated and very nice but too expensive. Then he showed a third, a new build flat. The search will continue....





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Helsinki

A travel blog entry by lurk on Jun 25, 2015

... had not even hit the computer system, notwithstanding the fact that Bill had actually booked it with the boss. They eventually set up a table for 8, sat us down and brought the other 6 from their previous table. We had a lovely night with the Fullgrabes, Stelio and Judy and Marilyn and Grantley Sims, lots of lively conversation, good food and wine. I had the seafood sampler, filet mignon and cheese while Bill bad the vegetables tempura, New York strip loin steak and chocolate lava ...

Sailing from Copenhagen to Helsinki

A travel blog entry by lurk on Jun 24, 2015

... until they went to the lecture on Russian lacquer and we returned to the cabin, where I spent a couple of hours checking photos and getting this up to date. Having looked at tonight's menu in Discoveries we have decided to go to Windows for the Italian Buffet instead. Bill made up an antipasto plate for himself and I had chicken parmigiana, one piece of gnocchi romana, pesto lasagne and ...

Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by lurk on Jun 23, 2015

... palace. As the horses are out in the pastures for summer, we just saw their beautiful stalls and tack rooms, with marble pillars and wood and iron stalls. One end of this area has been filled with a collection of royal carriages used over the years and, I imagine, today still. The shuttle bus was already at the canal-side so we got on and waited for it to return to the ship. I made myself a hot mocha and we went to the Looking Glass lounge where Bill had a ...

Sailing to Copenhagen

A travel blog entry by lurk on Jun 22, 2015

... a stir fry section which Bill used for seconds. After all this we went ashore, walking to the Mermaid first. This was good as the sun was out and there weren't many people around; I don't think many passengers realised how close we were and walked into town or onto a harbour cruise. Then we walked along Amaliegade to the Amalienborg Palace where things were pretty quiet - I think the royal family is on summer holidays wherever they have a holiday place - and ...