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Second day in Ajaccio
Early Morning - We had our breakfast and we went straight to the beach which was across our hotel. How convenient.:)
Around lunch time, we checked out and then we had few hours to visit:
- Le centre ville (downtown) the historic centre and the port. I had a nice surprise to see that the Sunday Market was still open and lively. I love going to the markets in different cities and ...
After 6.5 hr of flight we have arrived in Paris (Orly Airport) where we had to stay for few hours to get our connection to Ajaccio,Corsica. It was ok as we had the chance to get our first great french breakfast at The Paul Boulangerie, a well known french boulanger. :)
We have arrived around 5pm in Ajaccio, got our rental car and started our trip. The town is located on the west coast, by the sea. Our ...
... to fit back into the suitcases and backpacks. I thought bringing the shout wipes was stupid, but turns out we have used a lot of them. Needed more sunscreen and underwear. The stuff we threw in at the last minute... Mad about that, I threw in another dress, shirt and shorts, all of which I could have lived without, along with one of the tank tops, and could have dropped another shirt or two. Now this might change ...
... was limited and our Italian is almost non-existent we communicated though smiles, hugs and warm handshakes. As is so often noted by brothers and sisters who travel internationally, their literature display was identical to ours. They even had 'Bible Teach' books in English, no doubt to cater for US, English and Australian tourists et al. Meeting our dear brothers was a real highlight of our day.
We arrived in Corsica just before 8am and our tour did not start until ...
... mountain to Bastelicaccia, to the Frigara's home where we met Juliette, Olivier's mother and Kiara. They gave us a beautiful lunch of Corsican food - salami, salad tomatoes, cheese, followed by Juliette,s delicious Corsican version of Cannelloni. Dessert was strawberries, then coffee. The lunch conversation was an interesting combination if French and English, broken and halting on both sides. We were joined by Jean-Paul, Olivier's brother. After lunch they took us up ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed