Les Jardins de la Madrague
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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.
... stuck to the ceiling and wrote her a really nice note. We then had afternoon tea in the observation lounge. Jamie had three cups of tea and fancy finger sandwiches. I had a Manhattan, which is a great way to enjoy tea time. I told Jamie we could back as often as she wanted.
After tea we got ready for the formal dinner night. Jamie wore her green and white revealing dress and I wore the tux with a blue ...
... from being a weather prisoner of Corsica. For right now it feels really good having made a decision of just when we would be capable of leaving Corsica. Of course, all these plans could go out the window, if the weather changes. Again, as Jacques would say, "wait and see....". Being totally, and mentally drained, we decided to call it a day, and Jacques began preparing us a wonderful steak dinner. Marina busied herself getting us nibbles, and a nice bottle of wine. "I don't ...
The hooowling winds were still playing their tune when we got up. Everything was just soggy, and the whistling winds thru the boat halyards, seemed to be competing with the forceable winds from over the mountain. In looking around, I marveled at just how gloomy everything was, and how ominous the wind sounded. On the reader board at the Captainere office, just next to Milena the below weather warnings were posted: BEAUFORT SCALE: The Northern Tip ...
... in Bastia. ASIDE: The very first picture I took in this harbor, (which looks like nothing but water)..... you must look very closely. There is a "faint,dark shadow" under the water. This "shadow" is a TUNNEL! A tunnel for cars! That's right, there is a working, active car tunnel running under the harbor, and currently directly underneath Milena! Who would have thunk.... I wonder if we are going to hearing honking in times of stress? Wow.... ...