Hotel Vil-la Romana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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At last, some decent internet the autopista heading for Barcelona! So' on the 7th drove steadily north and stopped at Villagordo a Le Cabriel, next to a huge dam! Quite high up still at 700 metres so still cool at night, this was an ...
... 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 ...
Well, it has been a busy, exciting, somewhat stressful, yet productive couple of weeks! In September there was a major festival, Santa Tecla, which was very cool to experience. This festival occurs every year, and it is the biggest celebration in Tarragona. During this two-week festival there were always people walking around, artisans selling their handcrafted goods, lots music, and also several people in costume. Oh, ...
... red and yellow banners and flags representing the Catalonian kinship. Apparently, in the near future there will be a vote to determine if the Catalonian region in Spain will become a separate entity - similar to the recent vote by Scots to secede from The U.K.
Tarragona is a very nice small town with a lot of Roman buildings in great shape, including ...
... 20 to 60. The teams competed one at a time and were surrounded by their supporters all following in the same colored tops. It was great entertainment. All teams were successful in building different human pyramidal type structures with the youngest and nimblest kids being at the top.
In the afternoon, we took the train from Passeig de Gracia to Tarragona, about 60km south of Barcelona to meet our friends who ...