Ca'N Crespi Apartments

Barcelona 08003, Spain, Cala San Vincente, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain and Canary Islands | Villa
 

Travel Blogs from Cala San Vincente

Last day in Sitges

A travel blog entry by kimdibb

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We slept in and didn't really get going until almost noon. We had been going non-stop in Barcelona and decided to take it easier today. It was a gorgeous day, so we headed to one of the nearby seaside restaurants for breakfast. We searched on the internet for bike rental places in Sitges and found two. We headed over to one of them and rented bikes for 12 euro each for half a day, which actually was over 6 hours -1:30 to 8:00 pm. We rode along the seaside promenade, around the streets ...

Day 21 Barcelona

A travel blog entry by cherylpaul

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... until 2040... We only walked around the outside of each & took photos as time was at a premium. At 2.30 we all met up and walked down to the offices of our afternoon tour to visit Montserrat. It was about a 50min drive up the mountains and the guide Julio was great, with his Spanish accent, he informed us of an amazing amount of information about Barcelona, Catalonia and the surrounding areas. Once we reached our drop off point we took a cog-wheel train ride up ...

TT - all is forgiven.

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

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Drove into the heart of Barcelona. Thank you TT.

We'd barely parked our bags when we discovered that FC Barcelona was playing that night at a stadium near us! Bought tickets for the game, the metro and followed the crowd! Paul thought that young Sam could not go through life without a Barcelona scarf so....and to truly authenticate it, wore it then and there at the stadium. A fabulous night. Barcelona had to beat Celta de Vigo to stay in the competition, so ...

Barcelona Day 2

A travel blog entry by carriekennebeck

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... The stones from this hill played a major role in the construction of Barcelona's great structures. After our tour we came back to our room to rest after a day in the sun and sightseeing. For dinner we went back town to the Beach to the waterfront restaurants and nightclubs to have dinner and go out. This city eats and stays up late and has a siesta during the day. We ate dinner at Agua restaurant and grabbed a drink after at CDLC, a Lounge next door on the ...

Spain part 3: Barcelona

A travel blog entry by sophevans

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... was fast, so I made myself a hostel dinner and sat around in the common room chatting to travellers. Unfortunately it was a restless, hot and noisy night, with 12 people coming and going until ridiculous hours. Not impressed. I'd organised to meet up with Michelle, a girl from Contiki, at Barcelona beach. We arranged to meet at the metro station closest, but when I got there, I waited for over an hour before giving up. I checked out the ...

 

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