Hotel La Solenzara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Solenzara
... and say a prayer for her. We know, wherever she is, Karena is leading others in joyous song.
Back on the Azamara, we join 6 of our new friends for an elegant dinner. C.C. Carter, a seasoned spoken word performer from Chicago. She brought down the house with her celebration of "curvalicious" women. Dana crashes and Mary ends the night with dancing.
Tomorrow - back to Italy!
I have combined Day 2&3 into one entry as the routine was the same.
Early Morning(7:30am): First thing first, I had to go my favourite Boulanger. Our hotel was a 2 min walk to the boulangerie. They opened at 7am. I was there at 7:30am. I love the smell of bread and fresh pastry when they just bring them out. I was probably among the few who were out at that hour, except for the vendors who had to open their shops. Most of them open their ...
Porto-Vecchio Day 1
After spending few hours in Ile Rousse and the beach, we are ready for our next destination: Porto Vecchio. There is a 3 hr drive from Ile Rousse (North) to Porto Vecchio which is located on the east coast. It's a beautiful trip, there were a lot of hills and vineyards this time. I wish we had time to stop to do some wine tasting. We put our GPS on to find the hotel address. We arrived at 6pm at our hotel.
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... keeping myself alive throughout this trip. On the other hand, Sergiu was fine, actually enjoying the rally:) I am glad that at least one of us was... ALIVE.
We have finally arrived at my favourite first stop, the beach. Yes, now I am fine and happy:). After couple of hrs, we left for Calvi which was only 12 km way from Algajola, our next destination where we had accommodations.
... overlooking the marina filled with very expensive yachts and colourful fishing boats. Ajaccio is best known as the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte – the general who became Emperor of France. He lived here until the age of 7, but Corsica is proud of him and his name is everywhere, streets, bars, hotels and statues all carry the name Napoleon or Bonaparte. The city ...