Travel Blogs from Canet de Berenguer
... but I don't belong in their their day to day style of living. From 9 am to 10 pm many are out on the streets sitting at tables in the shade smoking and drinking coffees or small beers talking loudly with each other and nibbling at small plates while playing cards or dominoes. Men, women, children of all ages then at about 8pm get up and wander up and down the restaurant/bar filled streets saying hello and laughing and joking with the people ...
... went for a walk. The excitement during breakfast, apart from my first churro, was Cameron Mackintosh on the next table talking shows! I don't think the meeting went well as he was clearly laying out his expectations and the people he was dealing with weren't delivering. Los Miserables opened here on Thursday night hence Cameron's presence in Valencia. We then checked out the spa and closed pools, stuck our feet in the Mediterranean, flipping ...
... Then the tapas came out. I got a salad on the first round, and the others got something with meat. Then we got a platter of different bruschettas, then a plate of potatoes in a really delicious sauce, which was amazing. We ordered a jug of Agua de Valencia, which is a kind of cocktail made with Valencian orange juice, and it tasted like it had no alcohol at all but it was actually quite strong! We had a good chat and a laugh with the group, and the tapas kept ...
... which I could only imagine Kevin laughing hysterically at. Back at the Centro, Azucena was nice enough to save some dinner for us, as we didn't get back until 9:45 (dinner is at 9).
There was a "disco" tonight and all of the kids (OK - the girls anyway) were dressed up. I asked Molly if she had anything besides her Lake Mills t-shirt and she did not, so they all gathered around her and said they would let her ...
... unusual but was unfortunately shut (for lunch and siesta probably).
For the first time in a city or town, we saw no begging in Tarragona.
Having also eaten we headed for Valencia and as requested contacted the owners of the apartment as we approached it. They had warned us of some road works on their street and that they had made arrangements for us to park the car elsewhere. Roadworks was ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility