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Travel Blogs from Salou
... town via an impressive gate in the mediaeval fortifications.
The well preserved walls and the town enclosed within them are perhaps the most interesting features of Montblanc. The interior is quite hilly in places so if you decide to explore as much of the walls as can be accessed, be prepared for a few steep ascents.
We managed to more or less follow the walls around three sides of the time, sometimes inside and sometimes outside. We ...
... were the subject of visitors and locals photography rather than the ones taking the photographs.
Part way down Carrer del Corts that was lined on both sides with supporters of both colles and eager casteller enthusiasts we ground to a halt because of the sheer numbers trying to get in to Placa del Blat and it was slow progress after this. Colla Joves took up position to the left-hand side of the doors to the Casa de la Vila, in the same place that they had used during Sant ...
... finale a person representing St. Michael descended from the roof of the town hall on a zip wire, wielding a flaming sword as suspended strings of fireworks dripped flame from the heavens, making straight for the cowering group of demons congregating near the rear of the square. St Michael was actually on stilts and after successfully touching down he rounded up the demonic crew and sent them scurrying into the town hall, making the streets ...
... we started off. I think we need better info, though. We were close to the Salinas and it is possible that at this time of year they are dry, but we didn't really see much water and not that many birds either.
Overall birds were harder to find than they had been in spring and early summer, especially the smaller ones and yet again we failed to find any Calandra Larks. We did better with raptors though adding buzzards, two harrier species a ...
... have been closed for good. Fortunately we had a plan B and a few moments later we were seated up against the Roman walls that make up part of Pulvinar and browsing the menu.
I think everybody enjoyed the food. Jav had a beef carpaccio starter which he let me try. I'd never had it before but was quite impressed. Ash who is in his early 20s had a prodigious appetite and finished off any left-overs. Cuss was picking up Brad from the Camp ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility