Mercure Atenea Aventura
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... us out of the water most of the time, it means our records of 50 throw an catch, 30 volley ball style hits and our bat and ball water record of 76 will probably not be beaten this year. We will have to try and remember them for next year!! Heading home tomorrow, or at least starting out journey, were currently about 1300 miles from home and 1000 from Calais so a good few days of driving ahead of us...the ferry is booked for Friday ...
... time so the plan was just to sleep in the car park outside and check in first thing. The security guard did actually let us in just inside the site to another car park which was good if him as this meant we could sleep with the doors open without any worries which we have to do as it gets so hot in the van with them closed.. After a quick shower on the site, we hit the hay at around 3am!! It had been a long long day and we were definitely ready for bed!! Night night!! ...
... but this white was simply beyond compare. It was as good as he remembered, and the three of us were in love at first sip. The other wines we sampled -- all red -- were good, but the white was the clear stand-out. He explained that the white comes from a very small number of "ancient vines," on the oldest portion of his families vineyards, which are scattered throughout the valley. As such, he was only able to produce 497 bottles of this wine. For comparison ...
... every time he visits they have hosted him and shown him around. They invited us all to their winery for a personal tour and -- we later learned -- elaborate home-cooked Catalan lunch in their cellar. The brothers are members of the Pahi family, which has been making wine in the Priorat since 1611. Yes, 1611, on the same land. They have vineyards scattered across the Priorat, and up along the French border. They could not have been more hospitable. One ...
... One of them came over and, with Jeff, the two of them acted as guides as I somehow managed to do a three=point (actually, more like a 12-point) turn, and get the van turned around. I only had a few inches on either side, with a brick ledge at both ends. Again, it would have really helped to have had a manual transmission, but in the end I managed to get turned around and then made the drive back down the hill VERY slowly, and parked in the church square. ...