H10 Vintage Salou
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... for fish, me swordfish and Lorna went for tuna loin. Much better than Lornas Steak Tatar that's for sure!! The resort is pretty much 100% Spanish, few dutcheys and Italians but we haven't spotted any more English! It does mean that the waiters or shop keepers don't speak it either so has kept us on our toes.. Last day on the beach today and unfortunately there seems to have been an influx of jellie fish, not a huge amount but enough ...
... scored and the noise inside the place was insane!! Just after that Messi probably should have been sent off for a clear as day headbutt but managed to escape with just a yellow card somehow.. The game ended 3-0 and it was time to head out of there as we were heading south about 1.5 hours to our next site in Torremdembarra. We got out of the car park without any issues and traffic was fine so arrived at our site at about 2am... They don't let you in after ...
... as we returned and we were able to pick up some recommended bottles.
We were debating what to do for supper, and relied on TripAdvisor. Falset had a few restaurants, at all of which the Rieckhoffs had eaten during previous trips. They vouched for them all and were willing to return, but TripAdvisor recommended the restaurant at a winery located just outside Gratallops, where we were staying. They were only open for dinner on select nights. I called ...
... to come.
The area of Catalonia in which we were staying is called the Priorat, and it is region technically defined by its wine. It is only one of two regions within greater Spain classified at the highest level for wine production and, as such, the standards are very rigid. The entire area we were now visiting is characterized by tiny, very compact and very old villages, invariably on a hilltop, surrounding by vineyards on the steep hills, ...
... 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.