Hotel San Martin
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Altafulla
... to Siurana itself.
There's not much of it, but what there is is a delight. The situation is spectacular, at the top of cliffs overlooking the lake and the valley far below. None of the houses and other buildings that line the narrow streets look out of place, being stone-built and tile-roofed giving an impression of age and harmony.
Upon arrival outside the village there is a reasonably sized car park. You wouldn't want it too big ...
... br> The castellers had set up a bar under the arches so we bought a couple of beers and stood around watching the Castellers d’Altafulla and their invited guests, the Xiquets de Tarragona and the Xicots de Villafranca prepare for their session. Some mops and brushes appeared and some of the Altafulla castellers, noticeable in their lilac shirts had a go at clearing away some of the surface water from the square, which was at least partly successful although we ...
... to catch on the other side of Tarragona.
The north-eastern part of the Ebro delta had not really been explored yesterday, in part because of the duration of our 'lunch' and our next stop was more or less north east as well so we picked out a route through the delta on minor roads to Sant Jaume d'Enveja and then crossed the bridge to the town of La Cava, which also seems to be called Deltebre, depending upon which map you're looking at.
From here we tracked ...
... the guy rang the buzzer and at first I was so mad because I was watching a movie but then I was like WAIT!!! YAYYY and RAN outside and saw this BIG package with mom's writing on it! That was the best part for me haha and THEN it was opening the dam thing I ripped it open like a mad man!!! So anyways I am leaving today and have to take the fricken TRAIN to the airport- GREAT haha oh well I only have really 3 bags and two of them have wheels! So I was ...
... a landmark. You really can't miss it. It does stick out like a sore thumb. Anyway I get to the staiton with plenty of time to spare. The town is really small. Hmmm.. I decide at that very time that I should have bought beer because by the time I get back to Barcelona most of everything will be closed. I survey the land and see this Arab looking store with beer signs across the way from the station. I quickly calculate walking stance and ...