La Pilarica

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

10 - 3 At Sea Tarragona to Malaga Spain

A travel blog entry by 14brian on May 31, 2015

At sea today. Fine and calm 26c. My calf muscles are so sore I struggle to walk. Dance class Waltz and lazed around the pool and spa. Finished my book 1927. Pianist again tonight after the captains welcome and introduction of the staff champagne toast. Then danced a bit before ...

9 - 2 Tarragona Spain - Barcelona

A travel blog entry by 14brian on May 30, 2015

Shuttle bus to Tarragona, walk to train then off to Barcelona €16 euro return. Lots of huge caravan parks along the coast next to the railway. Barcelona is a very big and busy city with thousands of people dressed in red and white striped athletic gear. Evidently they are football fans but ...

30 Degrees in the shade!

A travel blog entry by michealhurley on May 18, 2015

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... was only 2.5 metres under the tracks. That was embarrassing because the police were coming the other way in hot pursuit of someone else while I was trying to reverse back from the bridge. Anyway I'm here now for the night. The walkway is reminiscent of lanzarote as it runs right along the beach. Any camper van people reading this I would advise buying the special camper van Satnav if you are anywhere on the coast here if it isnt height it's width will catch ...

When is tourism too much?

A travel blog entry by drrich on May 10, 2015

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... etc. I Felt climbing 700 to 1000 meters without a motor was not what i was ready for unlike my younger brother. There was a 58 km race/hike of which part entailed the climb. Thus lots of healthy looking souls of all ages mixed with vast numbers of citizens of tourist buses and large numbers of pilgrims lighting candles. The museum did have some Monet and Picasso and thus a bit of interesting stuff. Today was so full of people and given the ...

Week Twenty One. Spain.

A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on May 04, 2015

... Jose. The road had been okay but not that special. I suppose if it was your daily commute after a hard day picking melons it might be quite fun but it wasn't worth going three thousand miles out of your way as we'd done to drive along it. We decided to call on a little restaurant for lunch. We checked out the menu and then ordered the Paella Negra, black paella. I'd seen this before but never tried it, it was basically paella cooked using black rice or squid ink to colour ...