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Well after our nite of car park camping which wasn't too bad really, we felt safe enough to sleep with the doors open so did that and get a reasonable nights sleep.. We woke up nice and early and went to check in but unfortunately our pitch was taken so we had to wait a couple of hours. We decided that it would be a good time and go and stock up for the week so headed off in search of a supermarket. We found one within 10 minutes and ...
... for the van somewhere else and also it was a nice secure underground car park that was 2.1m high which we need so all was good. After parking up we managed to find our way to a tram stop and bought an all day travel card which was only €7 each, we were a bit confused for a while as to whether we were buying the right one but it allowed us to get on all the trains, buses and trams we wanted to during the day so was spot on. We got on the tram from right ...
... which there was a traffic circle. We debated going back, but all agreed it would not be worth the hassle.
We continued on to the largest town in the area -- Falset -- which has a whopping population approaching 3,000 people. We wanted to visit a couple of wine shops, but everything seemed shut down for the Spanish version of siesta. We explored, instead, visiting the small castle overlooking the town and sneaking in some outstanding gelato. The wine ...
... every time he visits they have hosted him and shown him around. They invited us all to their winery for a personal tour and -- we later learned -- elaborate home-cooked Catalan lunch in their cellar. The brothers are members of the Pahi family, which has been making wine in the Priorat since 1611. Yes, 1611, on the same land. They have vineyards scattered across the Priorat, and up along the French border. They could not have been more hospitable. One ...
... entire baggage bin was pulled back in Lisbon, which included Barbara's bag. While she waited to file a claim and make arrangements to have the bag delivered, K, Anna and I exited Customs and went to handle the paperwork to pick up our new van. I had the keys shortly before Barbara, Jeff, and Charlotte emerged.
Our destination for the next few days was the tiny, tiny village of Gratallops, ...