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... all the rules and regulations that go with that (such as no watering of the grapes and what types of grapes can be used).
Cava is made using different grapes than champagne, and we had a heck of a time trying to figure out what our various tour guides were telling us when we asked what type of grapes; we finally had to resort to Wikipedia again to determine "macabeu, parellada and xarel·lo are the ...
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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 ...
High up behind the alter of the church you can see the figure of the Black Madonna who is the patron saint of Catalunya. We thought that honour went to Saint George, however a guide said he is only a legend and the Black Madonna is the patron. The line up to see her at the time we were there for the concert was about an hour long. Paul waited until the crowd had left the church and he was able to walk right ...
... what to do. We purchased combined tickets for Montserrat+Aeri. You can also buy tickets for Cremallera (Funicular) if the Aeri (think air, as in through the air) doesn't appeal to you. The total cost was 42 euros for both of us and it included our rail travel to and from Montserrat, the Aeri to and from the monastery, two round-trip Metro cards, and unlimited use of the two funiculars once we arrived.
We had about 45 minutes to kill before the train so we walked (and walked ...
... At 6:00 we caught the zipper train back to the railway station. On the way down the hill, the skies opened up and let out a great shower. It was still raining cats and dogs by the time we arrived back in Barcelona. We got soaked through just running a block and a half from the metro to our apartment. This is definitely a must-see day trip outing if you want to explore the region of Catalonia ...