Hotel du Golfe
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Queen Elizabeth cruise liner birthed at the wharf.with 2200 passengers. Quite a site to see!!!
There were some impressive markets on not far from the wharf. There were some numerous amounts of cheese and olives, tapenades, jams, chutneys ....the works.!!! These French people love their cheeses and olives.
Lunch was scrumptious as usual with leek quiche, grilled cod, and mushroom ...
... and Queens!! And gone out of their way to make every moment pleasurable. Even when we are swimming, Glen is down on the board on watch...just in case us "oldies" get into trouble In the deep water, .....the life ring is always put out!!!!
We had a lovely dinner at a restaurant about 500 m walk from the boat, typical French restaurant....Kevin and I had baked Guinea fowl with gnocchi. Desert was chestnut pudding, very ...
... to go to berth at Porto Vecchio.....back in French speaking country, so it's Bonjour now and not Bonojono!!!
We got off the boat and explored the little town.... They have a quaint little village way up very steep hill. CertInly was a workout for the "Hammies".
We came across a beautiful little church right in the centre of the village and because it was Saturday there was ...
... SantaTeresa in Sardinia.....about 1 hour.
Santa Teresa is on the on the northern most tip of Sardinia, and the coast. Of Corsica can be seen from this mainland. The town has a population of 5000 but increases this time of the year to 10,000 to 15,000. [PHOTO_ID_R=santa-teresa
We arrived at about 5pm and took a tour of the town centre.
Dinner that night was cod fish pieces and muscles with a cummin sauce and salad.
... very good for the adrenaline.
That day we walked up to the top of the citadel and explored the amazing historical fortresses at the top of the cliffs where you could see where they bunkered down during the pre-historic war days to fire the cannons to the enemy's.
There was also a very ...