Neat little market. Thankfully, we're both wise enough travelers to know that the additional price they charge isn't worth it for the experience vs. the grocery store.
Here's a view from the beach looking back at the house. It's one of those big, white ones, but I can't remember which one.
Shot of the beach and the pier:
Speaking of the grocery store...the great thing about being in Europe is that even the most common large store will have a great selection of cheeses, meats, and beer and wine. At this Sainsbury's we picked up an good, aged cheese, some butter from a local farm, and some great ham. All of this we were able to get just enough cut for us to eat and sample a different kind later. Speaking of selection, I had quite a time trying to decide which beer I would have. My final selection will get its own post. While browsing, though, I saw this Czech beer, "Budweiser". It wasn't Budweiser, Budweiser, but it had the same name!
We decided on a mushroom risotto, which turned out quite nice, if I do say so myself. I used a bit of our champaign instead of the requisite white wine, and it worked perfectly.