Hotel Cesar Augustus
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... building with obvious arched doors. They weren’t cooking meals but the nice lady inside told us there was a place down the road which we found a few minutes later. Sadly I’ve forgotten the name of this place because we had a really good meal served by pleasant staff, but it is close to the roundabout and the BonArea.
The rest of the afternoon was taken up with a nice drives through the Prades mountains, taking in a quick look at the ...
... Joves successfully completed (descarregat) a magnificent 'cinq de nou amb folre' which delighted the team enormously, but neither of them were successful. They did manage a 'tres de nou amb folre' which is a difficult tower by anybody's standards but that was set against the background of three failed tens and Colla Joves also putting up and taking down a 'quatre de nous sense folre', a truly elegant castell with only a pinya providing support and also putting up a rarely ...
... by two more, all heading in a south-westerly direction and presumably part of the same passage that we'd seen over Reus.
Back at the hotel we met up with the other British castellers and told them that we thought there was going to be some fireworks in town tonight that might be fun to see. Brad said that he really liked fireworks and so he was definitely up for it, so after we'd had a couple of beers we called for some taxis ...
... in Herefordshire and gaining international recognition as a fine example of the vodka distillers art and a bottle of Chilton's Damson Gin that we had tried at the Shrewsbury food festival. We're not great fans of gin but the gin tonic is the drink of choice for many castellers and is generally popular in Catalunya so a Shropshire-produced gin seemed a good idea. I think they liked them. We managed a few nightcaps before the long and uphill walk back to the hotel.
It was so humid and hot it was with some joy we left Barcelona behind & boarded the train away from the city. Once we arrived the forecast rain had stopped and it was cool and clear. Although not as cool as I hoped. The main part of town is up a steep hill & I found myself pitying the poor Roman servants ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting