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... of the founder of Casa Sala, married Pedro Ferrer Bosch of La Freixeneda. This era saw the gradual loss of Spain's colonies and grape production diminishing due to the phylloxera plague that had destroyed red grape vines across Europe. Inspired by the success of Champagne, Codorníu and others encouraged vineyard owners to replant with white grape varieties like Macabeu, Parellada and Xarel•lo to use for sparkling wine production. These grapes ...
I am typing this entry from a computer in a teacherīs lounge in the boarding school where I am staying at. The keyboard has way too many extra keys, most symbols are in the wrong place, and every word I type is underlined in red. Ahhh, hello Spain.
What a crazy 24 hours it has been since I left Phoenix. People can give you all the tips in the world, but no one can prepare you for what itīs like traveling to Europe for the first time and no ...
... 8221; here in Barcelona. We spend some time looking for Barcelona jerseys to wear to the big game the next day. Afterwards, I make a big decision. Something I have been deliberating for years. You see, I’ve always wanted to get a tattoo. Perhaps it’s the rebel in me that wants to get it the more I get told not to or perhaps it’s the desire to try everything once. And for years, my fear of needles and the pain associated with colouring your skin ...
... pretty cool. There was a section off to the side that was a path that had been cut into the rock, and it looked like it had teeth at the beginning. Pretty cool. We walked down further to the temple type place, which was pretty much just all these huge pillars and some awesome roof artwork. At the front of these were two buildings that looked like gingerbread houses, and a cool mosaic statue of a salamander. Parc Guell is awesome. Apparently they're going to start charging ...
... in Barcelona at the end of our trip. We packed up and left our hotel at around 12:30 and headed toward the port. There were a number of ships lined up just waiting to be filled with all the anxious passengers. We spotted our ship and I have to say ours definitely looked to be the most "fun" of the group. Guess that is why they call Carnival the "Fun Ships!" You could see the huge water slide on the top deck which hung over the side a little. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services