Mirador de Siurana Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Siurana
... and doing a bit of half-hearted bird-watching although there didn't seem to be much about and then it was back to Valls which was much quieter than it had been a day earlier. We had a good dinner at the Konig II bar not far from the CJXV local and then went for a couple of beers in Bar Bruch where the barman was kind enough to show us a photo from the previous day's exploits in the local newspaper, in which you could clearly see the back of my head.
... intent - in other words the colla is commited to building the castell that they have announced - so there is now no turning back. The rhythms help the climbers to get their timing right and the changes to the tune signals progress to the people in the pinya who typically cannot see what's going on. The crescendo lets them know when the enxaneta has "made the little wing" which means that the descent and the take down of the structure will begin.
It is therefore important ...
... safe for decent people again.
By this time we had met up with most of the Brits again and although it was late, plenty of us were hungry so we went to a recommended kebab place and sat out in the mild evening air enjoying our meals and telling tall tales. Brad's story of his misunderstanding of the meaning of the word "Arriba" on a previous visit to Spain had us in stitches and if you ever meet him you should ask him to tell it.
... that we had attended in May near the start of the season. We said hello to some of the people who remembered us from previous visits and then went up to the practice area.
I've been to and taken part in quite a few assaig's so far but this was the most serious because it was the final preparation for the big day on Sunday. I think we did six different attempts using the whole pinya, some of which were genuinely physical and strenuous. ...
... carried their employers up in a litter of some sort!
Discovered the tourist train which apart from being cute had a great commentary via headphones included in the price 9Euros.
Went to the Cathedral, saw the Medieval market, visited Roman stuff and two historic houses and Peter walked along the outer city ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet