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

    Preparations (I)

    A travel blog entry by sergiofc on Feb 20, 2015

    3 photos

    ... enought for the real Siberian winter conditions, a new two sets of snow chains... It's really hard to mount a set of snow chains 10 years after of my last time...but i'm really happy of learning and testing again on a warm place and not trying it for the firs time on a cold Siberian road...

    Five days to start...



    A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Jul 17, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... name 'gaudi' if you've heard of him, to thank for that) it was onto free time. We decided to make the most of our day and head out of the city on the metro to try find Nou Camp (the home of Barcelona FC) after some technical difficulties with google maps we managed to find Europe's biggest stadium. We did a tour through the underbelly of this beast, ventured into the changing rooms which are equipped with a spa, multiple televisions ...

    Travelling to India with children/kids

    A travel blog entry by anamariagarcia on Sep 05, 2013

    ... of August. Many questions arose but in the end we hired a tour with Shyam tours. Mr Mahendra offered us a budget according to our itinerary which included a car, a driver-guide, (in our case Sakatar Mr Singh) and hotels.Thanks to this support and the careful organization of the trip, this turned out to ...

    Barca 5 - 0 Almeria

    A travel blog entry by no1pablo on Oct 24, 2008

    32 photos

    ... in the dark, many of the visitors knelt before her saying a silent prayer, then followed by a kiss said their goodbyes. On exiting the passageways that led out of the monastery, thousands of candles lined the walk way, left in remembrance of those whom needed help as well as those who had passed on. Apparantly, since the Monastery was built, a candle has always remained burning in one form of another. We took some lunch overlooking the Cable Car station, then worked it off ...

    Barthelona baby!

    A travel blog entry by shanemilli on May 27, 2007

    49 photos

    ... in real life. But I've sent those of you whom I enjoy the company of a postcard showing you how magnificent Gaudi was. Those that don't receive one........ (Milli doesn't like you and she wouldn't let me send you a post card.) Oigh the Paella! I love paella, and I'm starting to love seafood. What I don't love however is having to dig and scavenge throughout the dead carcase of some crustacean or whatever to get to the meat. I only ...