Hotel Bon Accueil
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s Cave, a rock under which he would sit when he got tired of being with his 11 brothers and sisters and a monument to him by the side of this which commemorated all the battles he fought whether he lost or won same. Finally we got off the coach in the town and passed by the monument to Napolean and his 4 brothers and then walked into the centre of the old town, the Citadel, where the ...
... hit 28 degrees with not a cloud in the sky. We disembarked the ship around 12.30 and we were docked right in the town. We had a wander and found where Napoleon was born, took a few pics for Sharon's dad. The town was very bustling and quite nice despite being French !! We then did a little tour of the south side of the island on a small open train which took an hour and a half and was lovely, we saw lots of different places and some beautiful scenery ...
We had a lovely day of driving this beautiful island. I do think it is by far one of the prettiest islands we have seen. It's very mountainous and everything after that is seascape and beautiful beaches. We'll climb to over 3,000 feet elevation, and in 10 minutes we are at a beautiful beach.
Our hotel was O.K. for the night. It wasn't what we had expected, but I don't think there was much choice for this area, and they ...
... the nicest thunderstorm come through I've seen and heard in years. The lightning was both vertical and horizontal with great booms of thunder. It is pouring outside as I write this. It's been a great day. We will probably walk into town later tonight for dinner. It all depends on if it's pouring or not. Like I've said before these last two islands are more resort islands than we had imagined. So, we aren't getting much exercise but truly enjoying the ...
... off to the laundromat to do some laundry. That was a 2 1/2 hour adventure that would take too long to recount in this travel blog. When Peter finally returned, it was soon time for dinner at La Tour Genoese which is around the corner from our hotel. Peter had lamb and Anne had rockfish en papillote which apparently means wrapped in aluminum foil. It was tasty nonetheless. We will certainly miss some of theses delicious dinners once we're back to our old routines at ...