Hotel Restaurant L'Empereur
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... than John, certainly. I even accused him of sabotaging it, but he vowed that that wasn't the case. I had spent the night before mapping out our trip on the underground into London, making sure we got on and off at stations that had lifts to move the bike from one level to the next. Still an ice cream and a cold drink later I was a little more cheerful, agreed, I'm easily bought. Our umbrella was left at the beach, for some lucky holiday maker to use. We had a ...
... the last five kilometres into Ajaccio. The traffic was crawling. When we finally reached the centre of the city, on the waterfront, the temperature had risen to 33 degrees and we were ready for a quick lunch and an even quicker escape! However, we took a 20 minute walk along the waterfront and through the market area before leaving. We arrived at our hotel in Corte ...
... a wide area of salt pans. After purchasing a couple of postcards, it was time to visit the town. It is at the top of a hill - only a 10 minute walk - so up we went. By the time we got to the top it was beer o'clock so we tried a local Corsican brew - Pietra - not impressed, give us Sardinian 'Itchy' beer or a Greek Fix any day. We found a boulangerie for lunch and after quiche for Kerrie and a baggette for Greg we were ready to explore. The town ...
... interesting about settlement of the area, education and agricultral a hievemenfs.
Cold chicken and salad for dinner. Sitting around an outside table with an American couple from Florida and 18 cyclist from Holland who had done their 200km bike ride for the day.
Walked home from jen and graham's about 1km up the pitch black road and collapse into bed.
Did my blog, couldn't let my followers down.
... is just a rough path among the boulders. Yet there were young couples with babies and up to 4 yr old in front/back packs, one little slip and squashed bambini.
After about 3 hrs walking (and me tripping and splintering the screen of my tablet) we headed back to town. Gave a young man (24) from Belgium a lift back to corte. There had been a group of them on a 3 dzy camping/walking tour in the ...