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... both he and Miro (1893-1983), another local, would suggest that either recreational drug abuse was widely practiced here a 100 or so years ago or there is something in the water supply. (Picasso, while not exactly a local boy, was also born in Spain but spent much of his life in France.) Sadly Gaudi was run over by a tram and died in a local hospital three days later. It would seem that, fortunately, Miro was much more road safety aware.
... must have spent ages shopping, because by the time we got back to the beach, we were already stopping off for lunch. We seen this place, Steaks & Shakes, and couldn't resist. Jalapeņo steak burger with a Nutella milkshake. Perfecto! =D
From here it was about a 20 second walk to the beach, where we were hit up by all the club representatives for tickets to the 'discos' AKA: Ibiza nightclubs. We ended up sealing a deal with this ...
... minutes. Huge relief. I offered him €20 but he didn't want to take it. I insisted as we had put him out. They were all very helpful and friendly about finding my bag. We then strolled up the street we were staying in and found a lovely little bar/restaurant. The kitchen was closed but they were happy to do us fromage and du pain and vin rouge and de l,Eau. Unbelievable prices compared to Australia and superb quality cheese. Welcome to rural ...
... we headed back to the hotel, and back up to the rooftop bar for one final quiet drink! Eek! This time I decided I couldn't go a whole week in Spain without having a mojito, so Daniel and I ordered one, and together with Dad's beer, the three of us just say quietly relaxing, feeling very much lucky to be having such an amazing time in an amazing location. Some people didn't see it this way, with a bloke from Lithuania, who we saw being so rude earlier in the afternoon, preying in ...
... a retiree taking a few weeks of Spanish lessons; and Lea from the German-speaking part of Switzerland.
To get to Freixenet, we caught a metro train at the Arc de Triomf station and it stopped right outside of the Freixenet winery. Although I am not a great fan of sparkling wine/champagne, I thoroughly enjoyed the tour as it was one of the best organized and planned out set up I have ever seen at any winery or brewery I have visited to date and ...