Hotel Vil-la Romana
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The small town of Montblanc is just up the road from Valls. We'd popped in for a late lunch one afternoon earlier in the year for little more than an hour and had been quite impressed, so with a free day we decided to go and have a closer look. We parked in the same car park that we’d used before, in the shade of a section of the city walls and the walked down to the edge of the old town to where an elderly bridge crosses the river and then from there into ...
... the bar and we had time for a couple of cortados before the rest of them started to arrive. Cuss was true to his word and handed over a brand-new faixa still in its wrapping (I need to sort out some payment for this) but a visit with the president of the colla to the store-room was unsuccessful because XL in Catalunya is just a bit too short for me so I decided I would stick with the "Regne Unit" shirt even though it wasn't Colla Joves red, at least it had the logo and people would ...
... finale a person representing St. Michael descended from the roof of the town hall on a zip wire, wielding a flaming sword as suspended strings of fireworks dripped flame from the heavens, making straight for the cowering group of demons congregating near the rear of the square. St Michael was actually on stilts and after successfully touching down he rounded up the demonic crew and sent them scurrying into the town hall, making the streets ...
... I was talking for some time to David and Roger who were very pleasant and also helped to explain a few techniques to me and we agreed that we would try and meet up for the actuacio in two days time.
After the practice we returned with many others to the bar. Julie and I had brought with us two bottles of local produce as a present given the welcome that we had received there on previous visits - a bottle of Chase Smoked Vodka produced just down ...
... I've driven in the city about 10 times and almost always get lost, This time was different. Knowing that the city has some of the most expensive at time I'd decided to bite the bullet and leave the car in the underground car park in Placa de la Font - and I found it at the first attempt.
We made our way to the café of the Hostal Nuria for coffees and then went for a bit of a walk around the city. There was a bit of a crowd forming on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center