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... in was really smooth, by the time we had got to our stateroom one of the cases was already waiting at the door. We went for a walk around to get our bearings, had a quick game of table tennis and checked out the pools. We were a bit hungry so we went to the lido restaurant for a bite to eat! the kids had chicken schnitzel and chips and we had salmon and rice. It was then open afternoon at the kids clubs to meet the play leaders ...
... Cava is a sparkling wine produced in Spain.
Freixenet was started after the union of two Spanish families with a lengthy history in winemaking: the Ferrers, owners of La Freixeneda, a 12th-century farming estate in Sant Quintí de Mediona in the Alt Penedès, and the Salas, winemakers since 1830 and the founders of Casa Sala, a wine exporter to Latin America, in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia.
Towards the end of the 19th century, Dolores Sala Vivé, ...
The next morning was our return visit to the Sagrada Famila. When John and I had visited it twenty years ago it was a shell open to the sky. These two pictures really tell the story. There was a lot ...
... to continue to try and do new things when I get back home because doing these different things has made me a happier person and it made me realize that I am the only one holding me back and if I want to do something I should just do it.
This trip exceeded all of my expectations and I am already trying to figure out how I can come back to Europe.
... of her friends is a DJ and he was DJing an event after his friend´s band the next night, so I came along and again, had such a great time.
I met lots of new people and made a new friend from London (Nigel). He was very sweet and walked me to the metro when I left. It was really nice to have him there because I wasn´t quite used to the Spanish culture of close proximity and touching so ...