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... in one corner of the square which had been closed the last time we were here, which was a shame because it had been full of nans but this time we spotted people going in and out so I went to investigate. There were no nans here today but the Montblanc gegants were on display in the foyer so we went inside for photographs.
It was lunchtime by now and we checked the restaurants around Placa Major for menus del dia but there was nothing obvious. We had a ...
... back years and the history of the colles involves various mergers and splits with disputed claims to which is actually the oldest and therefore the original and authentic colla. There are shades of rivalry of course. We spoke to one person who believed that people from the two colles hardly ever speak and families never inter-marry - and she wasn't even a casteller! - and we spoke to others for whom the differences are far less important. As outsiders and simply lovers of the idea ...
... though many seem to be forming at present, perhaps as a consequence of the increase in the strength of the Catalan separatist movement) the Xics Caleros based in a number of villages and small towns near to the delta of the Ebro.
As the teams were forming up we paused to admire a brand new plaque on the town hall, commemorating the best day so far in the history of the Xiquets de Reus when they successfully completed a 2 of 8, a 3 ...
... 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
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center