Hotel del Valle Jalance
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... knowledgeable and taught us about how climate affect wine production, and the differences between a few types of wine. We all discussed our preferences while savoring different types of tapas.
This half-day tour is highly recommended for those who looking to experience Spain in a different way. You can learn more about the Montserrat, Tapas and Wine tour here.
... in my shoulder bag inside my luggage. I found them and happily waved them at the family. They all breathed a sigh of relief with me. They probably had to fight the urge to applaud, I had put on quite a show.
I now had 3 minutes to get to my train, and boarding closes 2 minutes before. Luckily it was at a nearby platform so I made it just in time. Disaster number 85 for the trip?
The guy from the Caribbean sitting next to me wouldn't stop talking to me the whole ...
"There's always gonna be another mountain,
I'm always gonna wanna make it move.
Always gonna be a uphill battle,
Sometimes I'm gonna have to lose.
Ain't about how fast I get there,
... scenic route back to our hotel. We showered and slept.
I woke up when Pete came back from the police station. Surreal is not the word. If I suddenly woke up now and was still at home with a video screen of me repeating "Get your ass to Mars" I wouldn't be suprised. Pete had very nicely got more chorizo, cheese and baguettes so these were consumed whilst I sat here and wrote this section of the entry.
Would I do it again, no. This is another item ticked off a ...
... this vineyard is 100% organic,and have been so from 1790, when the winery was first developed. We were taken around through the processing area, and down to the caves, where the Cava was being held for the 3 years it needs to fully develop. After that we had a tasting of a number of the wines, which was very interesting.
Off we went again and up to the top of Montserrat, where the Benedictine monastery stands. It is the holiest place in ...