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... Count of Monte Cristo and was the subject of many other legends and speculation. The prison was also used to incarcerate Protestant Pastors during the reformation who, altho they were never allowed to see or speak to each other, apparently sang hymns and psalms so they would have been encouraged by knowing others were suffering too - a bit like the early church Christians. After feeling hot, tired and very hungry we found one of the 2 restaurants on the island - clearly a ...
... Jacques though we may still have a chance for Corsica, so we advanced to Porto Ercoles, stayed there for 6 hour, then made our move for Bastia, Corsica. Any you know the story of weather delay in Bastia. Anyhow, we now freed from our captivity.... The coastline is absolutely incredible....lushly green, with magnificently high cliffs that drop into th sea. After about 3 hours, we saw Macinario, just off the port side. (silently thinking) Yeah.... we made ...
... we both proceeded to scream like young school girls. We managed to pull it together though, and were able to enjoy a nice dinner and a walk on the pier before bed.
The next day was a hot one, and we started it off at Larvotto beach. We were able to get our tan on, spot a few topless women (hollaaa) and throw back a couple ice cold cruisers at the bar. Yes, we are living the dream. The rest of the afternoon was spent ...
... is it ugly, it is perhaps the most inefficient and people unfriendly facility we have ever passed through. As we waited in line to board for the flight to Paris, we met a terrific family from Washington, DC, a husband, wife and four lovely daughters (sounds like Roger Adles). The dad realized 8 days before the flight that his passport had expired. He said he got hold of some sympathetic male at ...
... a bottle of wine. Thus, we
suffered through dinner and immediately afterwards located the nearest vending machine, where you can buy a huge water bottle for one euro.
After dinner we wandered around the crowed streets of Cannes and stopped for a
time to watch a band performing for Bastille Day. We had a minor incident with
the public bathrooms, which you have to pay to use, (don't ask) and then decided to walk up
to the castle to watch the fireworks ...