Hotel Genovese

Quartier de la Citadelle, Bonifacio, Corsica, 20169, France | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $252.00
 

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A busy week in Sardinia

A travel blog entry by olsonfamily

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It's been a busy week in Sardinia. . . Boat tours, Scuba Diving, National Parks, Beaches, and of course a lot of gelato!

The Eastern coast of the island is dotted with beaches, caves, and coves only accessible by boat, so on Sunday, we boarded a boat to see the limestone caves, towering cliffs overhanging the sea, and some of Sardinia’s most beautiful beaches. We had to wake the kids up early to be at the harbor by ...

Last sea day- day 12

A travel blog entry by gatorfreud

22

... we will see. Mark panicked about the munich weather at last minute and brought jeans, a long sleeve and a fleece, all of which were unnecessary (which I said) and taking up so much room in his suitcase, also threw in a fleece for Kurt and another hoodie for me, also not needed and now just taking up space. Next time, pack lighter (even though I thought I was packing light, we only have carryons!) and buy anything else needed. ...

Day seven, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

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1. I get my water start with the kite and start enjoying it...but they change up my instructor for a scary, hunky, grumpy German Swiss woman who won't take no for an answer! 2. I mail a postcard to a friend in France with just his name in the address field. Lets see if it gets there! Just ...

Day six, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

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Day six on which... 1. I take a full hour of kitesurfing course entirely in Italian with the crazy Andrea and... survive.. 2. I learnt that Sardinians say "ayó" when they mean "hi" and "eyà" when they mean "ok". But sometimes they use them interchangeably. And sometimes they both mean "I know" or "how are you?". It's a complicated island, Sardinia... 3. I got ...

Day five, on which...

A travel blog entry by bzmot

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1. I find out that the Italian firefighters are actually called "guardians of the fire" ("vigili del fuoco") and toys are sold in places called "Bimbo". How not to love Italy? 2. I listen to radio and discover that Italians love "rock in translation", which basically involves playing a rock song with a radio person explaining the lyrics in Italian over the music. Bohemian Rhapsody in Italian: Fun! 3. I listen to ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Quartier de la Citadelle, Bonifacio, is near Iles Lavezzi.
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