Hotel Dei Coralli
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ship and strode back into Paris for one last run at ruling Europe (the Hundred Days), ending in his defeat at Waterloo. He was soon dumped on the island of Saint Helena, where he died in 1821"
What Noel finds a way more interesting fact is that there are more than 130 beaches on the island. The island is a popular holiday resort, particularly for German tourists. Many street signs and notices are bilingual in Italian and German. So he sort of felt ...
... Pretty amazing views of the coastline, lots of yachts moored all alone in their own private spots. The sea was the beautiful green colour you would expect the Mediterranean to be. Dinner was served on the patio, overlooking the sea. A funny set up with waiters hovering all the time, serving us the meal we ordered when we first arrived. Not particularly nice food but an interesting experience. Prosecco for ...
... much of the day...
We had a lovely light lunch at a restaurant on the beach - there are about 10 along the 500m of the little bay where we are, and then tonight......"Will we eat-in, or out.....? " "Ummm....I'm not hungry yet, so, let's just go for a walk and see what we find....." ( It's 20.00....)
... can hike through ancient forests, go diving, snorkeling, mountain biking, sailing, or relax in the thermal baths found throughout the island. Biking is especially popular, with many choosing to spend their entire holiday biking around the island. Finally, Elba is also a foodie paradise with many local and Tuscan specialties on offer. Life is good when sitting at one of the many trattorias with ...
A Population of only 12k. Three forts, massive city walls on a tiny hill overlooking the cove. Streets are paved (since 1700) in rose limestone, very pretty. Iron industry here since the Etruscan times (hence the name). It's very green (but we are further north than before), from certain angles it could be NZ. It's part of Europe's largest marine national park and also has vineyards so I have no idea why Napoleon was desperate to leave! Walked across to ...