Langley Resort Napoleon Bonaparte
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... We happened upon windy mountain roads and discovered unbelievable vistas. We traveled down gravel roads in pursuit of a winery only to find sheep, ram and horned cows. We ventured along dirt paths to encounter secluded beaches attended only by locals.
I swam in the sea. I ate until I felt ill. I taught Nico ...
... pretty beach town. We arrived and realized they were having a fair. What serendipity! We enjoyed seeing the various carnival rides and vendors. And it was eye-opening to experience an outside perspective on America -- check out my photo of the Team USA ride. Yikes. We then found a lovely little restaurant and sat waterside. Like, toes in the sand by the side of the water.
No insights. No quips. Just a fun day with some wonderful friends.
... a lack of light and windy roads, I suspect some beautiful scenery awaits us in the morning.
Now Nico is having dreams about barcos and autos. Rudi is opening some Tuscan wine they brought along and Gaby is trying to find us some English TV. So far we've settled on the French Dancing with the Stars. And I spotted a familiar SYTYCD face, Jean Marc Genereux is a judge!
Va bene. Ça C'est Ça. Life is what you make it.
... none the less. We were back at our hotel by 2ish, lunch, and afternoon by the pool. We have been amazingly lucky with the weather on the whole trip. It has been warm days with blue skies the whole way. We leave here tomorrow for our final destination of the trip. Catch a ferry tomorrow to mainland France, Nice. The car goes back tomorrow, it will have taken us about 3000k's around Italy and Corsica. We spend 4 days in Nice, just on our ...
Oh WOW. We have found heaven - think we'll stay. How absolutely gobsmackingly gorgeous can one place be??? We left Bonafacio this morning for what we thought would be a four hour drive up the east coast of the island, across a few mountains in the middle, to our next stop, L'ile Rouse, on the far west coast. Boy, it is spectacular! The drive was shorter than we thought, the roads were great, wide (!!), smooth and with little traffic. We saw a few crazy road signs - a man riding a cow ...