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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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The day started well enough with a nice walk along the beach, lunch in a beachside restaurant over looking the harbour... After lunch a few more beers in a couple of different bars and it was late afternoon, Linda and Mandy returned with Tia to Herman for the night as Mark, Cani and I powered on into the evening at the Tapas Bar, Beers, Run&Cokes and Bottles of Wine all being consumed... Even the free Tapas they laid on the top ...
... in Spain after all. But I later realized that some students come here not to study Spanish, but just to experience a different culture. Many students, for example, studied economics or chemical engineering here, and while they maybe knew some spanish, they had more practice with English.
Whenever I met a new friend and told them where I was from, they would always say things like, "Oh Los ...
... the coast path in the opposite direction into the town of L’Ametlla de Mar. This was a very traditional spanish town with narrow streets and a few little bars with the ‘old boys’ sitting outside in the sunshine. The town also has a fishing port which it turns out, has the largest tuna fishing fleet in the whole of Spain. There is also a tuna farm just off the coast which we could see and this organised day trips where you could go out and actually swim with ...
... campsite was 5 star luxury with spacious pitches complete with water and waste hook up for only £14 per night. This included free use of their spa facilities, pool, jacuzzi and sauna (which amazingly were open)…..but guess what…….not only did you have to wear speedos but it was also obligatory to wear a swimming hat!!!! The idea of me and Paul sitting in a jacuzzi in swimming hats was way too funny to ...
... and castellers alike.
Once inside we had a bit of a wander around to see how things worked. There are chambers with arched entrances under the seating, presumably used to house the cattle in the days when the arena was used for bull-fighting and each was allocated to a different colla, in particular to the youngsters of the canalla. There were bars dotted around inside selling beers, soft drinks and sandwiches and it was possible to walk all the way around on ...