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... and traditional grape varieties for producing cava. Only wines produced in the champenoise traditional method may be labelled cavas... Cava may be white (blanco) or rosé (rosado)." C******nay and Pinot Noir are also used for making cava.
We were surprised to find about 95% of all cava is produced in the Penedès area in Catalonia, right around where we are staying. The nearby town of Sant Sadurní ...
... he left he told his friend, so his friend came over and started asking me questions about "my job." So just in case no one knew....I work for Lonely Planet traveling around finding new and fun places to write about. Jess was just laughing at me the entire time, but also egging these guys on by asking me questions. We left soon afterwards. Well least when I check out tomorrow I will feel refreshed since we were both ...
I'm sitting in the airport lounge in Barcelona...it is a long layover on my way to Prague, but I'm very excited to be meeting my daughter Jennifer there. She is going to Prague to make a presentation at her corporate meeting...I just sort of tagged along to enjoy some mother/daughter moments. Originally I asked her if she could visit us in Spain on her way home but actually this is a great plan since I've never visited Prague and it will be ...
... to go with it - grand total E2.68 (the macaroon was charged by its weight.... not sure why).
Continued our stroll after another coffee and onto the 'boardwalk'.... eyed off all the restaurants along the beachside... where will we have lunch???? Some how we also seem to be thinking of our next meal!!
We have worked out that we need to be seated by 2.30pm at the latest as many restaurants close at 4pm for the afternoon siesta. Anyway after more of a ...
... sort of thing Trent and I are interested in - watching six bulls die in one sitting is not our type of entertainment. Our next stop was to one of the most famous parts of Barcelona, another Gaudi creation - the amazing La Sagrada Familia. It must be seen to be believed, just beautiful, and nowhere near finished, its long completion part of the master architect and designers plan. We took a walk around the building and it offers so many different pieces of art and reflections of the ...