On the way back fromTodos Santos, as part of a tour where the air conditioner was broken in the vehicle, and it was one trillion degrees outside with humidity so heavy you wish you had gills, we stopped at Art and Beer.
It is a unique way point on the road, with bathrooms and a collection of art. Unique and eclectic scarcely cover the place. However, in the short run, it is all that and then some.
The owners Alfredo and Lourdes were polite and pleasant to talk to. Charming Bride had a marguerite and I had a bottle of water. While I can't say the water was aged to perfection or of a manufacturer I would endorse, the fact that we were trapped in a beat up tour sedan with no AC when it was hot enough to melt your eyeballs, all the water had to be was cold, and wet.
Charming Bride enjoyed her drink, and stated that it was great, and different, having ingredients in it that were not the typical syrupy overly sweet glop she does not like. The owners provided us with a small snack plate of chips, that were warmed, had pineapple and some sort of a spritz of sauce on them. They were pretty dang good.
We toured the art that in part laces out over the desert on an elevated walkway as it winds through the collection. Novel pieces at nearly every turn, and the views from the upper deck are nice as you look west over the Pacific Ocean. We saw a jack rabbit hopping through the tangle of cactus that had ears on it that would have rivaled Dumbo the Elephant. When we completed the art walk, the owner came up to Charming Bride and chatted, he found out that it was her birthday and gave her a bottle of a local beer which was to her liking.
We will return, it was fun and the art work interesting.
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