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Travel Blogs from Salou
... t complete the full circuit because we were already familiar with the sections that line the main road through Montblanc and they are less interesting there because shops and houses have been built either into or in front of them in many places, thus screening them from view.
Our next port of call was Placa Major, the heart of the old town, where we bought a couple of drinks and sat down to watch the world go by for a while. There is an unassuming ...
... early on got worse. I don't really remember seeing so much movement in the whole of the castell in all the time I've been watching castellers or at least not as long as I've been taking it seriously and properly paying attention. They started to take it down before the enxaneta reached the top but lost control and came down in a heap. Nobody was physically hurt but the colla was hugely disappointed.
They had two more attempts, which in itself was unusual, the first ...
... We stayed with them until the end where we joined quite a big crowd in Placa del Blat, grateful for the chance to get a drink after all the smoke and explosions.
As we might have expected, the spectacular stuff was saved until the end. El Bou de Valls was really impressive, dancing around the square with a huge rack of fireworks on his back which went off in sequence, creating huge amounts of light, smoke and noise. For ...
... either maps or guesswork and nearly every user of a satellite 'navigation' system seems to do so and also to lose the use of their brains for working out how to get unlost.
When everybody had made their introductions and had a beer or two we got taxis into town to ensure that we were at the local (headquarters) of Colla Joves Xiquets de Valls in time for the final pre-Santa Ursula assaig (practice). Cuss was in charge of polo shirts having ...
... 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
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking