La Pilarica

Address: Cerrar Smith, 20, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by siandlorna on Aug 05, 2015

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... basically the normal 1st team... The atmosphere was really good considering that majority of the ground was probably full of tourists and they had a fireworks show to kick it all of, not sure if this is something they do at every home game but it's bloody impressive.. The game itself was pretty good, Barcelona dominated and it could have been about 4-0 after 10 minutes but stayed 0-0, eventually Neymar managed to score and the place erupted,15 minutes ...

...Probably Around That Next Bend

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 11, 2015

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... as we returned and we were able to pick up some recommended bottles.

We were debating what to do for supper, and relied on TripAdvisor. Falset had a few restaurants, at all of which the Rieckhoffs had eaten during previous trips. They vouched for them all and were willing to return, but TripAdvisor recommended the restaurant at a winery located just outside Gratallops, where we were staying. They were only open for dinner on select nights. I called ...

So Two Guys Walk Into a Winery...

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 10, 2015

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I was going to learn a lot this day, and it had started the night before. I would be reminded many times today, and in the days to come, that we were now in Catalonia, not necessary Spain. Barcelona is the capital of the Catalonia "autonomous community" within Spain, which had been independent for longer than it has been part of Spain proper. They speak Catalan primarily, not Spanish, and they are fiercely independent. Jeff had mentioned this several times ...

No, Your Honor. I Never Saw the Step.

A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 09, 2015

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... village, the roads were cobbled and paved with very slick marble. As we passed through the church square, he warned me that I'd make a very sharp turn and that I'd have to "gun it" to make the final ascent. I was already regretting not having a manual transmission, to give me more torque. I made the turn quickly, to maintain momentum, but as I cut hard right to squeeze -- barely -- the van into the narrow channel, there was a loud crunching noise in back ...

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....