Hotel San Pellegrino
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... since we are actually quite close to central Italy, the scenery was reminiscent of Tuscany. We enjoyed the drive in the sunshine and as we got closer to the coast and to our destination it just got better and better. Instead of the pretty little bays in Mallorca there were wide sandy beaches and only a handful of tourists swimming in the sea or laying on the sand enjoying the warmth of the sun. No long lines of beach huts in this town, just a ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... and a little rest before dinner.
Porto Vecchio was also the starting place for the 2013 Tour de France, this must have been a big deal as the posters are still on display around the town. As well as this there is a round of the tennis Masters coming up on the 8th and 9th of May which features Boris Becker, Bjorn Borg, Henri Leconte and some other guy we have never heard of (Greg has just googled him - Mansour Bahrami from Iran). We have ...