Ca'N Crespi Apartments

Address: Barcelona 08003, Spain, Cala San Vincente, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain and Canary Islands | Villa
 
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Travel Blogs from Cala San Vincente

The celebration of me!

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jul 04, 2015

... but not on the one it's named after! We made our way south to Sigtes, a small beach town. We had to change trains because there was something wrong on ours. It meant we only got there around 10.30. First off we had to find some breakfast. We settled on a place near the sea. Good was ok. It was strange to see such a trendy meal like coconut and chia seeds on the menu, but tasty. Adam twisted my arm and we had champagne and ...

The Camp Nou Experience #iwasthere

A travel blog entry by drhedgietravels on Jun 08, 2015

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... kinda like alleys, and then a couple main roads. We couldn't find a main road so we circled through the back streets. Once we returned home (we were lost for about an hour), we went out to eat at a vegetarian restaurant. I had tapas, which is basically an appetizer that is meant to be shared among the table. The food was really good, and after we got ice cream. When we finally returned home, everyone went to bed almost instantly. More updates tomorrow! -Melina ...

¡Visca Barça!

A travel blog entry by duke067 on Feb 10, 2015

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... are different festivities every night, starting with what they call Fat Thursday where all the markets, restaurants etc put on special deals etc and everyone eats and drinks all day! At the end of the night, they bury a sardine which commences the rest of the weeks festivities. It all culminates in the sacrifice of the Carnival King next Wednesday which is also the start of Lent so I guess thats why ...

Barcelona day 2

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Oct 02, 2014

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... weirdest looking church ever - we think it's a church and gothic is the only word that springs to mind to describe it but is only one flavour in the building. The building has been under construction for heading onto 100 years and is planned to be completed by 2040 at which time it'll be the tallest and weirdest building in Barcelona. It was designed by Gaudi who has other strange looking buildings here and he considered it to be is ultimate work before his untimely death under a ...

To abbey or not to abbey

A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jul 25, 2014

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... who first came here nearly a thousand years ago. Why did they choose to build a monastery at the top of this dry barren hill, and why did the hermit pick the cave in the rock face for his lonely abode?

We learn the answer when we descend back to the main abbey. The cave, the monastery and the abbey are all focused on an icon known as Mare de Déu de Montserrat – the Black Madonna. According to Catholic tradition, ...

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