Mirador de Siurana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... so beautiful. (I no pictures of this since I forgot my camera, but I am sure to be back soon to explore this area more!) Today is the first day of class, which at first was kind of hectic because I didn't realize that there was a meeting instead of actual classes for incoming students in the arts faculty, but thankfully I was not alone in this boat, and got to meet a few more people. Well, I must be off to my second class - or whatever it turns out to be…wish me ...
... we don't get very creative.
So far we have had orientations to the program and our classes that have been anticlimactic, but I have met tons of new people and most of them are really nice and seem fun.
We have gone to a few clubs and different restaurants so far. We went to a bar called DOW JONES where drink prices go u0p and down based on their popularity like the stock market. We went to a club called SHOKU that was fun but basically all Americans Abroad ...
I left David and Alison after breakfast today and drove a long way down the Spanish Coast to south of Tarragona. I am on a beach site overlooking the med but it's not very sunny! No idea how far I'll get tomorrow towards Mojacar but maybe all the way? We'll have to ...
We headed off this morning to a tiny village called Priorat to taste wine from a small winery called Scala Dei (ladder to heaven). we also got to tour the facility and see how they go through the process of wine making, including going into the barrel room. The Scala Dei winery reinvented itself in the 70's and changed the way they made wine - they started adding some stems to their grapes which gave them a superior product. Also, their wine yields are ...
Bona Tarda (good afternoon in Catalan). Today was hot and was also the day of the longest walk of the tour. A couple of us - myself, Chris and Amy - decided to give the walk a miss as we all had some type of niggle that we don't want to exacerbate. The rest of the group headed off on a 12 km walk from Mont Blanc through the local vineyards to the monastery of Santa Maria de Poblet, which is one of the largest Cistercian monasteries in Spain and also a UNESCO ...