Hotel Torre Marti

Address: C/ Ramon Llull 11, Sant Julia De Vilatorta, Catalonia, 08504, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ Ramon Llull 11, Sant Julia De Vilatorta, is near Fira d'Antiquaris.
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      Travel Blogs from Sant Julia De Vilatorta

      Montserrat is magnificent!

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 01, 2014

      10 photos

      ... cliff path to the chapel where the black virgin statue is. The original is in the basilica and this a later replacement. Struggled back up the hill, temperature being at least 30, caught the funicular up the hill, then the gondola down to the car park below. What an unexpectedly fabulous day we had had! Security guard told us we could camp there for free so we did; noisy trains most the night but a spectacular view of the mountains from the car ...

      Our last Spanish days!

      A travel blog entry by missv on Aug 28, 2013

      ... Sergio surprised us and brought Bea and the kids to our lunch date!!!! Carlo and I were very shocked but so incredibly happy to get to see them one last time before we left. We were both very pleased also because we gotta have a much more happy goodbye then the one we had had on Saturday when we left La Mora. Our first goodbye was very emotional, and although this one was emotional too it had a much more ...

      Hiking Again

      A travel blog entry by xplorersarah on Sep 02, 2012

      6 photos

      ... rain and frost from a conglomeration of limestone, pebbles and sand that once lay under the sea.' The journey to Monserrat is a typical day trip when you stay in Barcelona because it is so beautiful. I've been hanging out for doing some hiking ever since Cinque Terre as well. Basically you take a cable car or another train half way up the mountain where you can walk around the Benedictine Monestir ...

      Pilgramage to Montserrat

      A travel blog entry by isomcarol on Apr 07, 2010

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... seats are optional here and they opted to not have that convenience.
      Hummmm! More time in the gym would have made our quads stronger for squatting? (-:

      On to Beselu (an old Medieval town)

      I might say here that the newly named GPS 'Bruja Linda' is our guardian angel. She gets confused once in awhile but has been amazing. We'd still be trying to get out of Madrid if we did not have her.



      A travel blog entry by eithne on Nov 23, 2006

      ... time being so different than the rest of the world for trying senagalese food and not liking it for trying octopus and thinking, eh. not bad. for crazy travel companions, new found partners and laughter. for finishing a beer, for bad italian cooking, for learning spanish too slowly and laughing more than i thought i would. for quiet moments at the foot of a fountain. for words. for hope. ...