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The passion of Barcelona at the Nou Camp

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The people of Barcelona have a love of football and the city’s biggest club is on course to break all sorts of records this season.With the front three pairing of Lionel Messi, Samuel Eto’o and Thierry Henry, Barcelona have swept all before them and are on course to score more points in a Spanish season than any team before [...] Continue Reading…

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Take in the Barcelona marathon

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For runners and spectators alike, the Barcelona marathon is one of the best of its kind in the world, set against the stunning backdrop of this beautiful city.At 08:30 in the Avinguda Maria Cristina on March 1st, thousands of runners will take off, with the pace setters expected to finish the race around 10:40.Runners will be hard pressed to [...] Continue Reading…

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Out for a duck in Mallorca

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There are many weird and wonderful festivals in Spain, but the prize for the strangest could perhaps go to the "releasing of the ducks" in Can Picafort, Mallorca.This annual event takes place in August from 12:00, is free to attend and is rather bizarre, or to put it another way – quackers.A boat sits in the harbour and releases [...] Continue Reading…

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Pump at the volume at Mallorca’s BCM Planet Dance

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Magluf in Mallorca is home to some world-famous clubs, but the biggest of the lot is BCM Planet Dance.This dance music institution can have 7,000 sweaty punters dancing the night away at any one time, with two separate floors to provide a varied experience.In the main arena dancers will not only be blown away by the powerful music – [...] Continue Reading…

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Fiesta de San Medir in Barcelona

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Barcelona is known for its football, its culture and its architecture – but like all cities on the Iberian Peninsula, it knows how to put on a great festival.One of the best occurs in early March and is known as the Fiesta de San Medir.Taking place in the arty district of Gracia, the event celebrates the life of San [...] Continue Reading…

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Aqualand in Mallorca

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Mallorca has gorgeous beaches and blue seas but Mother Nature can’t provide fun water rides – so luckily Aqualand is on hand to offer them.Aqualand El Arenal can be found in the south of the island, near the beach of the same name.While this is a great place to take the family, with three special areas for children: Polynesia, [...] Continue Reading…

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Pure vintage at the Mallorca International Classic Car Rally

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Cars and petrol heads of all ages are set to descend on Mallorca in March for the Mallorca International Classic Car Rally, or Rally Clasico Isla de Mallorca.This isn’t one of those rallies where drivers spin round muddy tracks at breakneck speeds and spectators teeter over dangerous objects to get a look – this is a far more civilised [...] Continue Reading…

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A touch of the traditional on Mallorca’s Angel Sunday

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Easter celebrations on the island of Mallorca continue until the Sunday after the event, when the capital city of Palma de Mallorca indulges in Domingo del Angel, or Angel Sunday.This free event includes a procession as well as lots of traditional Majorcan food, which makes the most of the island’s abundance of vegetables, including a native tomato called a [...] Continue Reading…

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Romantic Valentine’s Day Adventures: Florence

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So…what are your Valentine’s Day plans?  Have you been searching all over town for that perfect, charming, romantic Italian bistro?

Here’s a better idea: why not surprise your sweetie with some authentic Chianti and handmade risotto in Tuscany?

Following on from my previous post about Valentine’s Day Adventures in Paris, I would now like to focus on the beautiful, fascinating, historical [...] Continue Reading…

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Miguel de Unamuno’s house in Fuerteventura

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Anyone with an interest in history visiting Fuerteventura should make sure they take a trip to the former house of Miguel de Unamuno.De Unamuno was a writer, philosopher and rector of the University of Salamanca who was exiled from the Spanish mainland for speaking out against the political situation of the time.He arrived in Fuerteventura in March 1924 and [...] Continue Reading…

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