Residencia Sant Jordi Tarragona

Address: Av. Lluis Companys, 5, Tarragona, Costa Dorada, Catalonia, 43005, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Lluis Companys, 5, Tarragona.
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    Travel Blogs from Tarragona

    Week Twenty One. Spain.

    A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on May 04, 2015

    ... beer we tried to figure out if it was a freebie or not. Amanda thought that they'd charge us and I thought it should be on the house as they'd offered, I guess we'd find out later. Sunday May 10th Amanda was right, the tight **** jocks had charged us, they probably only charge the English though. We loaded up the car again, hit the motorway and drove the other two hundred miles to Tarragona. We arrived, checked in and then hit the beach. It was only a five minute walk to ...

    One month in

    A travel blog entry by jaeugene on Oct 03, 2014

    5 photos

    ... my friend's bed that was broken, and the refrigerator door that didn't close, but we got the owner to come out and fix/replace these
    things. Starting to feel like my home away from home.
    Its all been a learning experience, to say the least!
    Most of the pictures from this post are from a tour I went on with other Erasmus students of Tarragona last weekend. It's definitely a cool city filled with history!


    El Ravel and the "New Me"

    A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jun 17, 2014

    6 comments, 7 photos

    ... activity). As for the name, the area has nothing to do with the Chinese, but was named in the barrio’s early-1900s heyday as a general reference to its large immigrant population. Today you can browse in cheap thrift shops and small grocery stores by day and bar-hop your way through the area by night.

    9. Antic Hospital de la Santa Creu--A rich reminder of the neighbourhoods’ medieval past is this Gothic hospital complex (1401), which is today ...

    The final leg

    A travel blog entry by bmenke on Mar 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... There were cafés, fruit stands, fish and meat stands, along with ice cream, and $1 fruit smoothies made from exotic fruits. We enjoyed a "burrito" of meatballs, lettuce, potato wedges and a pickle! Quite tasty. We continued walking down the street which led to the beach. I liked this one because it had sand unlike in Nice. However, as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world it is very fake...the sand was imported from Egypt and palm trees taken from Miami to make ...

    Closing Thoughts: Some Observations about Europe

    A travel blog entry by kdidricksen on Oct 04, 2013


    ... using google maps with transit layers, google earth, GPS for locating ourselves in the maze of narrow cobblestone streets, Skype premium (one month free trial) to call the kids every now and then for free. Lots of people speak three or four languages. Even though Peter speaks some French and Kate speaks some Spanish, we couldn't really ask some of the more personal, culturally related questions we would have liked to know about people's lives in ...