Camping San Damiano
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... we drove 3000 miles and really saw a lot.
We walked around the downtown for a short time. We shared a panini sandwich and each had a beer. This town is very hilly. I felt really lazy today and just wanted to go back to the hotel and rest. I didn't sleep well last night. We got to Face Time with all our children and grandchildren—yeah!!
We inquired about where we ...
... each had a small sampling of gazpacho, pistachio cream over cous cous, some kind of custard and a lovely serving of caviar over some other fish roe. They were all delish, as were the cold beers. Eldon's concern is what this little tray of extras is going to cost us.
We went back to the room and rested. Around 1:30 we got out our cheese and ham from yesterday and shared a bottle of wine.
I napped and got ready for my massage.
... little restaurant right on the water. We each had a before dinner drink and ordered a bottle of rose to share with our meal. Eldon ordered the fish, and I ordered the veal. My veal was a disappointment but the risotto was delicious. Eldon's fish was amazing with four different sides on his plate. He had a scoop of tapenade, tomato puree, smashed squash and I believe smashed celeriac. It was a really nice ...
... of Corsica. The road was just as scary as the road from Calvi to Porto but had the additional hazard of pigs and cows wandering along the road. Going to Ajaccio first rather than driving directly from Porto to Conte added two hours to the driving but we felt we should check out Ajaccio. We had second thoughts when the GPS showed it would take us another 40 minutes ...
Instead of having breakfast in our hotel this morning, we decided to go into Bastia to look round the morning market and then have coffee/tea and pain au chocolat at a cafe overlooking the market square. The market was lovely with local fresh artichokes, spring onions, favs beans and lettuces. We then walked to the Citadel and meandered around, visiting several churches ...