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... so decided that we went going to cook and went to the onsite restaurant and ate there, was really good and turned out it was disco night so drank ourselves merry on €3 a pint lager and Lorna moved onto the gin and tonics after a few lagers.. Both of us woke up with fuzzy heads after that one but the beach and sea soon sorted us out. Lorna has been nursing a poorly toe for the past few days as on our first night here we went for ...
... when we asked for a table, the lady told us we'd have to wait an hour and a half which would have been cutting it pretty fine... We umed and arred a bit and then she told us we could eat at the bar if we could find a spot so we went for that option and struck Gold... There was a little table for two around the bar area that people had just left so we quickly jumped on that and were served just as if we would have been in the restaurant.. I went for the 12oz rib ...
... door. Aside from the address, which Jeff kept rechecking as we approached, the only giveaway was a palate of empty yet-to-be-filled wine bottles in a small area across from the door. We were greeted by the owner/winemaker, who was a man in his late 30's. As with the other winemakers we'd meet and would meet, his was a family business, which he had inherited from a long line of family vintners. The winery itself was small, and after he gave us an incredibly ...
I was going to learn a lot this day, and it had started the night before. I would be reminded many times today, and in the days to come, that we were now in Catalonia, not necessary Spain. Barcelona is the capital of the Catalonia "autonomous community" within Spain, which had been independent for longer than it has been part of Spain proper. They speak Catalan primarily, not Spanish, and they are fiercely independent. Jeff had mentioned this several times ...
... Now we had eaten late -- in my book -- in Portugal, with dinner usually around 7:30pm. In Spain, 9:00pm was the earliest most places even opened, and eating at that "early" hour was more akin to an early-bird special in the States. Still, I wasn't proud and we were all hungry as we sat down to eat. I expected basic food, especially considering we were the only guests, but the menu was extensive and the food was outstanding. I discovered two of ...