L'Escale Cote Sud
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... Alberto, the
owner was the quintessential manager of Fawlty Towers and along with an
interesting Swedish couple, we had plenty of laughs. The people in Sardinia and
Corsica have been so welcoming and friendly.
The European holidays have really taken affect, and here in
Corsica, there are many French families crowding the beaches and enjoying
camping stopovers. We were intrigued with the Citadel ...
... even though all the tickets are pre sold, and the chances of getting in were slim. Sure enough one ticketing man got a couple of the fellows who were leaving, to go back in and get a pass out, and then passed it onto John. He got in to see the last 7 wickets fall, and was still beaming when he met me later. Wish I had gone with him, as the shopping was unsuccessful. Still I had fun. I had to laugh at 3 Muslim women with full hadjibs, only the eyes showing, taking a ...
... and civilian dignitaries down from the old town through the Main Street. There were crowds lining either side of the street, and we clapped along with everyone else. After the parade we explored the old city, still the place of residence for a couple of thousand people. Then we joined the dinner crowd at the cafes and restaurants lining the foreshore. Huge cruisers, like the one Mike and Prue worked on had pulled into the harbour, and were a ...
... got a nice butt too. For dinner we walked into the city and had a lovely meal at one of the cafes around the town square. The ice cream to finish was amazing. Just as well we had to walk back home, we ate so much. The nights are superb, it was still 27 degrees according to the pharmacy neon lights. I'm not sure whether it's the combination of swimming and sun, or the aftermath of the hike around Mont Blanc, but we are sleeping like logs. Monday ...
... introduced agriculture. This was home to Christopher Columbus, the city's most famous son, he was born in 1436 and died 1506. Views from the Calvi Citadel and the fortress gave us brilliant panoramic views over the harbour, the water so blue and crystal clear. The pink L'Eglise Santa Maria church in the centre of the village is a distinct city landmark. The top of the church looks like it had an ...