Hotel Ciudad de Alcaniz
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... Wildly picturesque little hamlet, beautiful setting, views far out across the rolling verdant plains. Tapas and rosado in the old square and Mexican-Spanish style accommodation for the night. Monday early evening: we drink chilled rosada from the ice bucket in the ruins of our pension room, Songs From A Room wafts down the corridors from our locale. No one wanders languidly past our open door. Today we visited the ...
... hot over the past few days - it got to 38 Celsius today and will continue to get warmer over the next few days. Following lunch we briefly visited the Basilica del Pilar which had a couple of frescos in the dome ceilings by Goya. The Basilica was bombed by the Republicans in the Spanish civil war - two bombs went through the ceilings but did not explode (the republicans were poor and used low quality materials). This of course was taken to be a miracle. We then jumped back on ...
... which initially caused a little confusion until I found out it meant split stone! All of the measurements need to fall within parameters set in Quality Attribute Sheets set by customer (e.g Mack and Sainsbury's).
Shelf life testing is an important tool that gives an indication of how the fruit will perform over life. Two punnets of fruit are taken from the packing line, one sample is kept at ambient temperature (about 18°C) for 7 days and the ...
... a circle holding hands to music played by a band. People wandered up to a circle, placed their handbag in the middle and joined in the dance, it was great. Park Güell is on a hillside looking down on the city it contains many of Gaudi's designs which are covered in pretty, colourful tiles.
Barcelona has definitely made it on to my list of favourite cities, it has it all: good food, sun, sea and culture, I'll be back for ...
... both brought a friend, Pieter joined for the birdwatching and Robert and I finally had some time to spend toghether...
We visited the Ebro Delta, Els Ports, Cretas, Calaceite, Beseite, Horta de San Joan, and other beautiful places in the Mataranya area. We checked that our Finca still is home to Otters,Crayfish, deer, wild boar, rabbits, foxes, and now we know even badgers (Tejon).
We met new neighbours Anna (Boodaville project) and Helmut and Britt and caught up ...