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... Kevin had Monkfish with tomato, olives and capers accompanied with Mediterranean grilled vegetables. I had whole grilled flounder with roasted potatoes. We shared an entree of freshly cooked baby mussels and clams (cockles) in a lemon an olive oil sauce. All very yummy!
Chilled at home tonight and booked a place in Cabras near Oristano to stay tomorrow night.
From Robyn in ...
... down the main street which is now a bit touristy but we discovered a great wine bar with tapas. It was very hot so a Prossecco fitted the bill which is a light , off-dry sparkling Italian white, crisp and with a lemon tang, superb. Kevin tried the Baccala which is salted fish. The guy gave us a free taste of some Rioja , a Spanish red - nice.
We ate at home tonight , cous cous and had some Vermentino.
From Robyn in Italy. ...
... Looked like it was on private land now, not a public space anymore, what a shame!!!
So took a picture from side of road, you should see them.
We carried on to Bosa, a small town on the west coast by the sea where we had some lunch at one of the beachside restaurants. People were passionately sunbathing in the mid day sun amidst a mass of brightly colored umbrellas, against blue sky,the ...
... watched. We had a beer and went back to our room for lunch. We stopped at a store and bought cheese and ham again.
We walked a short distance from our hotel to a little restaurant. We ordered some calamari, a side salad, and our usual pizza. We ordered both 1/2 carafes of wine but didn't finish either of them. They weren't great wines.
To bed our usual ...
We left the hotel around 9:30 this morning. We wanted to go to the archeological museum in Cabras. It's just a few miles from Oristano, but we hoped to beat the rush. We got our tickets which included touring the ancient ruins of Tharros. This museum is comprised of prehistoric, Phoenician-punic, Roman and early medieval materials originating from the various archaeological sites of the Sinis area and ...