Hotel La Solenzara
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We arrived at the Miramar Boutique Hotel around 12:30, and our room was ready. It's a beautiful room with a great view from our patio. We had stopped earlier to get a baguette of French bread and stopped here in town to get cheeses and another squid salad. We had visions of having lunch on the beach today, but our patio was as nice if not better. We felt like we were on the beach but didn't have to get sandy.
After lunch I laid down for a nap, and ...
... a lovely warm day.
We got back to our room, and I immediately got my suit on to go to the pool. The sun felt so good and so warm. Eldon stayed in the room to pick out several different hotels for tomorrow night. He came down with the computer and I selected the place I wanted to stay tomorrow night. We have a water view, pool and balcony. It should be quite nice.
We had a nice late afternoon around the pool. I ordered ...
Drive to Ajaccio (2 hr) and onto Corte (1 hr 25 mn) After breakfast at the hotel in Porto, we hauled our suitcases across the arched footbridge over the river and loaded up the car. Rather than continuing to follow the coastal road, we decided to take an alternative route to Ajaccio which took us inland and up into the mountains before heading south to Ajaccio, the ...
... Matt Giteau and Drew Mitchell were playing for Toulon.
The hotel tonight was without doubt the worst we have had and no bargain. The only good thing about it was its proximity to the port. We left the hotel to catch the ferry at 6:30 to board the ferry almost straight away. While waiting to board a group of motorcyclists on a tour with Adriatic Tours pulled up and it wasn't long before we were talking to the 3 Australians riding with the ...
... some good looking performers! Stew managed to prove that he is his mothers son and bought ridiculously priced noisy flashing toys for the kids. After watching the Hawks win the Grand Final (Stew says this deserves a whole new blog) early Saturday morning on Stews little laptop we drove up into the mountains (1500m). A nervous drive hoping the kids wouldnt get sick! We were rewarded with gorgeous mountain villages. The scenery was spectacular & ...