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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 ...
... I wanted but they had already sold out so I ended up upgrading and went for the €67 tickets that were in the main stand up towards the corner.. After we'd for these sorted we decided to put the van in the car park right by the stadium for the day and then at least when the match finished sometime after midnight we could just go straight back to the van and get away obviously realising that it was going to be fairly busy but better that than having to go ...
... come in from the kitchen. He spoke limited English, but wanted to go through the menu with us. He was clearly excited about the menu and after hearing what was to come, we perked up. What did follow was a six- or seven-course meal, with each course better than the one before. All of us were simply gushing about the quality of the food as we savored every course. This was, by far, our best meal in Spain, and was on par with the meal we had at Sessente in Lisbon. ...
... the true winemaker among them, speaks primarily Catalan and French, having studied his craft in France and spending much of his time there. His brother, who is a banker by day, speaks excellent English, and he did the majority of the translation. The French-speaker was passionate about the wine, as well as Catalan politics, and his brother was left to do most of the translating during our four-hour-plus visit. We got to see and run the bottling machine, ...
... have done fine with his human GPS skills to get us to Gatallops. It is a tiny village perched atop a hillside. The roads a very narrow, and the whole town has less than 250 inhabitants. He had warned me that the hotel was at the highest part of the village, and that I might have a hard time getting the van to the top of the final very steep hill, as it involved a very tight turn and narrow street. To add to the challenge, once I turned off the main road ...