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... participants forming a giant human pyramid - weird! We were eager to sample the local specialty of tapas and so bravely ordered some small plates from the menu. What we got was not quite what we ordered, but it was good nonetheless! A very pleasant visit to this vibrant, historic town. Driving back we stopped for provisions for a bbq tonight in honor of my brother's arrival. (hoping he does't get lost like we did!) got some great local wines to try too ...
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115. Attend the Olympics
116. See the Eiffel Tower
117. Finish a race abroad
118. Drive a stick shift with no problem
119. Take a picture with a famous person
120. Spend a day or longer on a yacht
121. Own a boat
122. Go kite surfing
123. Own a jet ski
124. Do missions abroad
125. Get a tattoo
126. Go to a Linkin Park concert
127. Snowboard a ...
... You can find the Freixenet winery along with the other Cavas (Spanish for Champaign) wineries in the town of Sant Sadurni d Anoia . This city is exclusively devoted to making sparkling wine. While I traveled around Spain I noticed that as you enter each town they have a roundabout with a display representing the town in the center. In Sant Sadurni they had a small field of grapes, leaving no doubt that you were in wine country. ...
... not only for religious people but also many pilgrims who come to see the sacred Black Madonna, a wood carving found in the 12th century. According to legend, it is believed to be dated from the 1st century AD and carved by St. Luke himself. The carving if of the Virgin Mary as the "Mother of God in Majesty" or the "Throne of Wisdom" and is characterized as the Queen Mother. She holds the sphere of the universe in her right hand and hold Jesus in her left, who holds ...
We have been spending every possible evening and weekend at the beach since mid June, but we finally decided that we'd better try exploring other landscapes as well. On July 12 we decided to take the train to Montserrat, where mountain and monastery meet. Part of the fun of the excursion is the transportation. The train journey on FGC was scenic and relaxing. Then we caught the zipper train up ...