Parador de Cardona

Address: Castell De Cardona, S/N, Cardona, Catalonia, 08261, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star castle
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This 4 star castle is located on Castell De Cardona, S/N, Cardona.
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      A little work, some great food and CHEESE NIGHT!!

      A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Nov 27, 2011

      22 photos

      ... or sheltering from the cold (in Germany) we were exploring the local town or resting our little legs.

      It's only now that we have a little time to sit and reflect, sitting next to an open fire with a glass in vino tinto in hand, my mind is a mishmash of towns, people and experiences. It seems a little unfair to not write first about the other countries we have visited, the friends we've made, the time we've spent with family and the ...

      Barca 5 - 0 Almeria

      A travel blog entry by no1pablo on Oct 24, 2008

      32 photos

      ... but this out of every match was the least atmosphere I had ever experienced in a game. The Spanish shout, boo quite a bit, blow noisy horns, but as for our English singing there was none. Maybe they would play for the whole 90 minutes if their wages were reduced by 1%, and they used the money to pay a song writer to inspire them a little more. An incredible experience for any football fan though, & we can't complain - at least it wasn't 0-0. By the time we got to ...

      Figueres - the Dali Museum

      A travel blog entry by big8little on May 01, 2007

      8 photos

      Karen, Cathy and I hopped onto the train to get to Figueres at Passeig de Gracia. Almost 2 hours later on the local, we arrived at Salvador Dali's hometown. Weather was like Sunday's excursion...rainy and wet. What would have been a really nice day to hang out in a small village on labour day was rained out. The town had prepared festivities and lots of crafts ...

      Fellow travellers

      A travel blog entry by biljana on Jun 02, 2006

      ... idea. (american medical student from new york who happens to have done extensive research on knees) 2. refried beans, chicken and cheese filling a tortilla taste suprisingly good. (girls from our dorm) 3. all pharmacies in europe have psycho flashing strip club signs. (kirill) ... i´m still convinced they´re running an illegal drug operation in there. 4. should you happen to be in canada and feel like telling your friends about an ugly gil that you ...


      A travel blog entry by biljana on May 30, 2006

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      ... i'm dreaming about thai food... yes and my mum's cooking. 5. the city rail system is so wondeful. its brilliantly efficient and easy to use. you never need to stand around and wait for an hour like you do in sydney. curse the sydney public transport. 6. we're currently planning a trip to costa brava, which is the coast above barcelona. we're leaving on saturday and we're staying there ...