La Casa Musicale
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... our limbs around with a joyful disdain and the day's last warming rays, almost cupping our souls, as we ponder the horizon over a low tide. Freshwater
The Dessert - Thunderous rapture from a southerly swell, smashing any resistance and reminding us of the power and the beauty of the sea. Freshwater Rock Pool.
The med rocks to its own beat. Meditative, quiet, ...
Well. It is hard to believe that 3 months of our travels
have passed already. They say that “Necessity is the mother of invention” and
certainly it has been a necessity for us to move up into the mountain areas of
Sardinia and Corsica in an effort to find cooler air. But what a bonus, as the
whilst the beaches in both these islands are stunning, the mountain areas also,
have given us some ...
... there were many that were obviously being used as residences, and hadn't been moved in years. We had dinner at one of the local little pubs, and then headed to bed. It has been about 22/23 degrees today, which we have enjoyed after the heat and humidity of Corsica. Tomorrow we plan on heading to Camden market, getting a canal cruise boat back to Paddington, before heading to the airport for our flight home. Tuesday We're at the airport and all ready to fly home. There's ...
... if we just picked out a main dish. The seafood has been great, but it is an island, and we are right on the coast. However we didn't think much of the mussels, that everyone else seems to love. Tonight's dinner was again beautiful, and really more than we could eat. I had the fish soup. John had the Corsican salad, I had the salmon pasta, John, the chicken and sautéed potatoes, and we both had ice cream for dessert. In CALVI we are staying at Le Mariana ...
Saturday Today we were back on the bikes again, heading up the coast towards the northern tip of Corsica. It was a lovely windy road a bit like the Great Ocean Road, though a little less dramatic, with patches of shade, little villages and desert. We stopped to explore some of the little coastal towns which were amazing. Some of them centuries old, with the village built around the harbour, with little laneways and stairs leading down to the ...