Camping U Prunelli
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... a photo stop where the road crossed the river and then continued along the gorge. This was where the bus driver “really earned his wages”, as Karl put it. The road was very narrow and there were times when it appeared that the tires were just inches from the edge. There were no guardrails and in most places room for only one lane traffic. Claudia told us a story:
A bus driver and a priest were at heaven’s gate. St. Peter told the bus driver to ...
... just after we stopped a truck full of sheep went passed.
Great little hotel with coastal views in Porto.
An afternoon walk and drinks on the balcony before pizza and rose' at the local restaurant.
Xxxx Ann and Jeff
Ps peter - u got a post card suck it up!!
... has a lot of stone, mostly granite and limestone, and almost all of the houses are made of stone which is lovely. It is almost one big mountain (although actually hundreds) with 1000 km of coastline and only 300 km of it is beach. A lot of Eucalyptus trees, which were imported from Australia to deal with malaria (didn't work, the US bombed it with DDT during WWII instead).The main product is chestnuts and they do everything with them: polenta (eaten at every ...
... never to set foot again in Corsica.
Napoleon's birthplace, a large and simple residence, is now a museum devoted to the Bonaparte family in Corsica. The visit starts on the second floor with a historical evocation of Corsica in the 18th century, and is followed by an introduction to members of the family: Charles and Letizia in the first room, Napoleon, his brothers and sisters in the second room. Visitors are then led into the "Chambre de ...
... minutes west and inland from PV. On our drive, we see many cork trees, that are partially naked of cork.. Our guide explained that cork trees takes 7 years to be fully mature for harvesting. What Corsicans do to promote sustainability is harvest the cork in stages from the trees. (America, pay heed!)
Sartene is beautiful! Cobblestone, narrow winding streets. We arrive at our restaurant ...