BEST WESTERN Bastia
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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 …
Today was a special day. To begin with it's Andy 41st Birthday and Dan and Michelle's 16th wedding anniversary. They both got their cards on time so that made us happy.
We had a really lazy day today. We didn't even move the car. We went into town for some breakfast. Stopped at a panini shop, shared a sandwich, had coffee and some juice.
We walked around town. It was fun. There was a food market going on. There were so many ...
... a grocery store about 10 minutes from our hotel and got a yummy cheese, smoked prosciutto, bread and a beautiful little piece of pork pate with black truffles in it. Our room wasn't ready so we walked across the street and sat on a bench over looking the Mediterranean sea. It was gorgeous. We just can't get over the colors of the water. It is so crystal clear. I'll bet the snorkeling is amazing here.
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 ...
... before touring the Bastia museum. The old town was very pretty and looked like a lot of work had been done to restore places and is constantly ongoing. The museum was quite contemporary and built into the old city walls. The design was intriguing but somewhat disappointing inside. We both felt it was a strong on historical facts but non-existent on what life was really like at ...