Camping San Damiano
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There are several large cities on the island, including Calvi which we visited briefly to check out the citadel, Bastia which we flew into, Ajaccio which is the capital, as well as Bonifacacio which is a long way south and Corte which is right in the centre.
We chose to stay at Algajola. Its a small resort town on the north coast with about a dozen hotels set in and amongst the old original buildings. Most of the hotels ...
We had a short drive today—55 miles and 1 ½ hours from L'Ile Rousse to Bastia. Our Garmin took us through the desert. It was interesting. We also drove through the wine region that produces the Patrimonio wine. We had to stop and tast (and buy one bottle) at a family run vineyard.
We drove to the EuropCar station so we knew where it was and how to get there to return our car. ...
... cheeses, breads, olives and meats and they all looked beautiful.
We got back to our hotel, and I went directly down to the pool. I can't spend 5 weeks on these lovely islands and not come home with some tan. I'm not getting much because I'm using a 50SPF, so I'm at least saving my skin cells.
After about and hour and a half, Eldon went to the bar to get us a cold beer. The bartender said she'd bring it out to us. It was ...
... 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 ...
Drive to Ajaccio (2 hr) and onto Corte (1 hr 25 mn) After breakfast at the hotel in Porto, we hauled our suitcases across the arched footbridge over the river and loaded up the car. Rather than continuing to follow the coastal road, we decided to take an alternative route to Ajaccio which took us inland and up into the mountains before heading south to Ajaccio, the ...