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... 250m above sea level. It is largely an organic winery and part of their approach sees them use orange ties on the vines that contain a pheromone that repels egg laying butterflies. Inside the winery, preserved in a case in the floor is an interesting old wine press. The winery was started by two brothers and Juan was the winemaker until he was killed in a car accident five years ago. Juan also taught at a wine school so the winery employed one of his best ...
... of exploring. I basically widow shopped, gazing at wonderfully delicious pastries or beautiful clothing. I was still amazed at the buildings, they are gorgeous, old, and filled with character and elegance.
We bumped into the other baby sitters on our walk, Suki is more familiar with them than myself. It started to rain, and Suki started pulling me toward the house, she actually knew where to go. This made me figure I didn't ...
... Bangkok is a chaotic airport. The transit was around an hour before people started boarding again. They cleaned the plane during the transit, it was nice. We then got ready to take off again, again listening to the safety videos, once in Arabian, and then once in English. This flight was to Dubai, I planned to sleep the whole way, so that I would be awake for the plane transfer in the airport, I was worried about this. I woke up just in time for breakfast, where ...
... the man wasn’t big into straight lines. We walked through all the floors, and went up onto the roof. That was nice because it was still early in the morning and the flies seemed to have taken the day off. It wasn’t life changing or anything, but I think that I would have regretted it if I hadn’t seen at least one of his 'masterpieces’. I think it’s one of those things that’s so hyped up and there’s a billion tourists everywhere but then ...
... hundred years after Gaudi’s death.
Eight spires have been built and another 10 are planned with the tallest being 560 feet high. The church is 312 feet long and 197 feet wide. When finished, it will be able to accommodate 13,000 people.
Guadi employed many designs from nature making the supporting structures appear as huge palm trees for example but overall this is a church whose form and function is based on religion. By the end of the day it seemed ...