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... wine is made and then tasting it! Sparkling is called Cava...for those of you who came to Fiji you will understand why we were relieved when we realized the Cava tour was in fact a wine tour! The Montserrat was beautiful, we lit a candle and said and prayer. Unfortunately we did not have enough time to explore the area more. As for the Barcelona highlights - who knows? The guide acknowledged she "speak no so good English" or would tell us ...
... Alexis from Russia. They were headed to a restaurant, so we tagged along, Alexis singing the praises of this particular restaurant. He didn’t lie, he and I split a sea food paella that was amazing while Susan had some lamb that was almost melt in your mouth good. It was a great dinner.
The next day was our Kayaking tour. We were bussed about 1.5 hours outside of town to a small ...
... 160; The exhibition in the back of the church reveals Gaudi's inspirations from Mother Nature and its fascinating to look at the cathedral with this knowledge. I couldn't understand all the technical architectural terms but his use of science and physics from the natural world into man-made buildings is really impressive. We also watched a video of the stages of development of the different sections of the Basilica. ...
... folks and workers in the campground would come by with their brooms and home made harvesting tools to knock a few peaches down every day. Pure joy!
We enjoyed an excellent visit with Cristina's beautiful mom and Guillem’s parents.Guillem, Cristina and Vierna graciously hosted us for a few days before we left. We saw the Costa Brava in all its beauty when Guillem took us for a bike ride, short hike and a glorious swim to the most ...
Camp Nou... Now, this was the raison d'etre for our visit to Barcelona.- coming here and not visiting Camp Nou is like going to Rome and not visiting the Vatican - sorry for this tired refrain... We took a train we thought was going to the "Nou region" and were fascinated by the efficiency of the service. No wonder, I thought, F.C. Barcelona has sold out crowds in all of its games. While we enjoyed the ride, we begun to notice, as ...