Gin Tonic and people watching on Plaza Mayor in lovely Caceres, Spain is such a nice way to while away a Spanish hour (or three). I’m missing those moments. To be noted: in Spain, they don’t call these a Gin & Tonic. They’re called Gin Tonic. When you order one on Plaza Mayor in Caceres, Spain (and a few other places, I discovered)–the waiter brings an ice-filled glass (with lemon slice), a small bottle of tonic water and the entire bottle of Bombay Sapphire Gin. Then he pours the gin in your glass, and waits for you to say “when”…. I can’t recall a bar in the USA where the drink has ever been served this way. Oh, whoops. I almost forgot to say “when”!