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Renowned as Napoleon's birthplace, Ajaccio's many squares and plazas pay homage to the conqueror who never returned home. Located along Corsica's west coast, Ajaccio is a short drive away from delightful beaches, soaring mountains and unforgettable gorges. Visitors to the town can walk along the quaint streets, stroll along its waterfront promenade or venture out of town to enjoy the island's natural ...
... they have fresh, clean water and air and the life expectancy is longer than others in Europe.
As we toured from the coastal town of Ajaccio, we could see snow on some mountain tops in the distance; this on a day when at about 4pm the temperature on the coast was 27 degrees Celsius. They actually have ski resorts occupied in winter and in summer, or near summer as it is today, it is quite a warm, summery type day. The difference is not the distance but rather ...
... pretty quickly. We also have a black cat that we are to feed, that I could do without! We have a little supermarket down the road where we stocked up on some food for breakfast and lunch- yoghurt, jambon, avocado, tomato, milk and of course, baguettes. Later in the afternoon we drove into Ajaccio, withe idea of meeting Gai and Daniel for dinner. This proved to be one of the most stressful trips I've ever had. The traffic was bumper to bumper from well out of town, and ...
... were cured by the oil she bought! We are all happy that this is all that has gone wrong with Sue so far on this trip.
Then on to the winery. There were 126 wineries on Corsica, we only say one. This one's wildlife included a small dog that we were instructed not to feed. The wine was, you could say, different, and as Kirsten would say "You could tasted the dirt". A woman ran the winerie. We ...
... de défaire ma valise. Je viens juste de rentrer d'une semaine sur l'île de beauté. J'y suis allée avec Fan, mon ami d'enfance. Je me demande bien pourquoi on a choisi cette destination étant donné que nous avons toutes les deux le mal de mer. A l'aller tout s'est bien passé, la mer était calme. Le retour fut beaucoup plus mouvementé. La mer était tellement mauvaise que jusqu'au dernier moment le ferry n'était pas sûr de partir. Du coup quand on ...
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