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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. ...
... and lovely white sand. It was picturesque until dark clouds rolled over with lightening and thunder and rain. Everyone started packing up and running for the cover of the restaurants, cafes and bars. It was a cool scene viewing it all from our table!!
We headed back into Bosa and headed up the castello or the old historic part of the town to see the castle which was easy cos we could drive up most of ...
We went up for breakfast after getting our laundry lined up. This morning was our last time of having to do laundry.
Got to the Laundromat, and I only did one load—mixed whites, colors and darks. There was only one machine available, and I always wash everything in cold anyway. We dried Eldon's undies, socks and a few shirts and brought the rest back to our room ...
... as a church.
Before heading back to the car we stopped to share a sandwich and had a beer. We had almost a three hour drive to our next destination. We drove through some really pretty villages. We saw a least two that had gorgeous murals on the buildings depicting life in the area. It's mostly farmland on the hills with lots of cows and sheep. We climbed a couple of times to almost 3,000 feet, ...