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... along the promenade to find ice cream, unfortunately, Lorna managed to kick a lump of concrete in her flip flops and the concrete won!! A nasty lump out of the end of her pinky which has meant a bit of limping and lots of germolene and salt baths to try and sort it out!! It's much better after 5 days and now more of a nuisance than anything else... We went for a posh night last night and headed to a fancy restaurant on the front, both of ...
... was amazing and Lorna went for the Texan pulled pork burger which she really enjoyed.. After we left there fed and watered it was time to head back the stadium, time was kicking on and it was probably nearing 9pm so we jumped back on an absolutely rammed and extremely sweaty underground train and made our way there. It did have air con but wasn't doing a lot, there were a few people I there who literally looked like they had been under a shower and the sweat ...
... of the operation and his "philosophy," we retreated downstairs to the very nicely chilled stone cellar. Here we had the tasting. Jeff had sought out this particular winemaker as, during his last visit to Gratallops three years ago, he had ordered a bottle of a white wine from this winery. He knew nothing about it when he ordered it, but the bottle was so good, it stuck with him, and he vowed to visit the place. The vast majority of wine from the Poirat ...
... past, but I did not realize how seriously it is taken until we arrived. All of the signs in the airport should have told me up front. Everything was in Catalan, English, and then Spanish. The road signs near Barcelona were in Catalan and then Spanish. As we got off the highway and close to Gratallops, all of the signs were in Catalan only. When speaking, everyone was speaking Catalan among themselves. They can all speak Spanish, but evidently they make ...
... Catalan foods that night -- Iberico ham, and Pom de Tomate (rustic bread toasted and then infused with the juice of ripe tomatoes on top). The entire meal was sublime and the wine exceptional. In fact, I ended up purchasing some of the wine we had this first night as it really stood out to me.
Luckily we had only to walk up a couple of flights to our rooms. It was almost midnight when we turned in and I know I slept the best that night of any on our trip.