Le Rocher Hotel
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The ship anchored in the bay and we went ashore on the ship's tender boats. In the morning it was reasonably calm, however getting back in the afternoon was a different story, boat rolling from side to side, a bit scary actually. Calvi, a charming island south of the French Riverina, the bay surrounded by mountains, so picturesque. The first real recorded history of Calvi was approx. 1000 BC, when ...
... 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.
... got back to our room at 3:00 and spent time on the computer.
We made dinner reservations for a restaurant right across the street from our hotel. Our hotel, by the way, is lovely. I plan on spending most of my day tomorrow around the pool. I also have a 5:00 appointment with a masseuse for an hour and a half Thai massage. I can hardly wait.
We walked across the street for dinner. It's ...
... premium price. It was clean and that is what matters the most for me.
We got to the hotel too early for our room, so we drove into town for a little lunch. We each had a small beer and split a panini sandwich.
We checked into our hotel at 3:00 and we both worked on our computers.
We walked back into town at 7:30 for dinner. I ordered the chicken curry, and Eldon ordered the menu. The menu was fish with ...
... Each time we met a car coming the other way we both had to stop and one reverse until it was wide enough to pass. At the top of the mountain was the village of Sant'Antoninu which has a permanent population of about 30 and has 360 degree views of the surrounding area. Absolutely magnificent. I neglected to mention that Max has hurt two of her toes in two separate incidents so walking is difficult at the moment. So we stayed in the village and had a frappe. This area ...