Avistu posing next to the Cathelicopters helicopter in Barcelona (C) Avistu Can you imagine flying over Barcelona, one of the largest cities in Spain? And I do not mean to see it fleetingly, in the distance and from a small oval window (of a scratched plastic or with inopportune spots) when your plane is about to land at an airport just outside it.
The monastery and the natural charms of Sant Miquel del Fai mean an interesting one-day family getaway from Barcelona. Just 45 minutes away by car from the city following the C-59 road. Sant Miquel del Fai is located on the outskirts of the town of Sant Feliu de Codines and in its natural enclave is a 15th-century abbey hanging from a photogenic boulder.
Passionate about travel without premeditation, crazy to meet and mix with other cultures. Enthusiast to tell myself and spread to others spreading that virus called travel in order to tear more than one off the couch. He was also editor for three years of the collective weblog the Journal of the Traveler Where are you right now?
Tallinn, capital of Estonia, opens up to the gray and icy waters of the Gulf of Finland in the northern part of the country. When I visited the city, I didn't expect much, since I was just going with my friends to watch a match of the qualifying phase of the Spanish soccer team for Euro 2008, the one in which the glorious era of La Roja began.
The other day Quique warned of Ryanair's intention to end the intermediaries and threaten to cancel the flights contracted through them. Well, today the sales director of the controversial low-cost airline led by the controversial Michael O'Leary has announced in Barcelona that Ryanair will cancel contracted tickets through travel portals starting August 25.
I just returned from a week with friends in the Dominican Republic. A priori, I had my doubts about the subject of using, for the first time in my life, one of the All Inclusive offers that both dot the pages of newspapers and travel magazines. The result showed me that my worries had no reason to be.