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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
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... the intention of trying to make a fig pudding or maybe a jam! We will see what we can brew up with one pot and high heat. We set up camp for the evening up a small dirt road in a local hiking area and had the area to ourselves. Tomorrow we will begin our adventure into the Pyrenees Mountains! Say goodbye to the green pastures and gentle rolling ...
... on facebook via my blog does not seem to be putting up a link to the actual blog as it has done on past cruises. Can one of my avid readers let me know whether they are able to access my blog via the facebook updates?
love to all! let me know how my babies are peter, Jane, Sali and John!!
will update tomorrow after Barca. xxxx
... total annual production of wine is 20,000. We were nearly giddy when we asked if he would sell us any of the white, and he agreed to sell each of us one bottle. He had fewer than 50 remaining, and was unable to fill orders from restaurants in the area and in Barcelona.
We wrapped up the tasting at 8:00pm, and only then because his wife called and said he needed to get home. We walked back to the hotel and had a little time before leaving for the three ...
... vermouth, other than it is used in a martini...which I hate. What they gave us was an herbed liquor, dark in color, and served chilled. It was outstanding. I wanted to buy some, but what they had was literally just made for their own consumption. I did, however, locate a bottle of similar brew the next day, which I brought home and look forward to sampling. The brothers would not allow us to purchase any wine, and instead presenting us with six ...
... have done fine with his human GPS skills to get us to Gatallops. It is a tiny village perched atop a hillside. The roads a very narrow, and the whole town has less than 250 inhabitants. He had warned me that the hotel was at the highest part of the village, and that I might have a hard time getting the van to the top of the final very steep hill, as it involved a very tight turn and narrow street. To add to the challenge, once I turned off the main road ...