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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and yet all the while, like an adulteress, I could taste the ocean's salty aroma from thousands of kilometres away.
The Appertiser - The salty smell of ocean with the opening of a car door. Manly
The Entree - The gentle lull of waves, a sleepy lullaby at the end of a busy weekend. Shelly Beach.
The Main - a long wave carrying our willing bodies into the ...
... Alberto, the
owner was the quintessential manager of Fawlty Towers and along with an
interesting Swedish couple, we had plenty of laughs. The people in Sardinia and
Corsica have been so welcoming and friendly.
The European holidays have really taken affect, and here in
Corsica, there are many French families crowding the beaches and enjoying
camping stopovers. We were intrigued with the Citadel ...
... year the Spring has been unusually dry, in France, and everyone seems to want rain, the summer has been hot. Just like Australian families, they like to head to the beach for the holidays, beach goers are the same all over the world, sand castles, buckets and spades, bogey boards etc. many families leave the beach for lunch and a siesta, though, and many shops close over this time too. We have really enjoyed our bike ride, our Mont Blanc walk, and our time in France, ...
Tuesday We arrived in Calvi on the eastern coast of Corsica, at lunchtime after a train trip south of Bastia then across the island to the opposite coast. It is a magical place, similar to Amalfi or Sorrento on the Italian coast, situated on a large bay, with lovely white sandy beaches. The old walled city sits on one side of the bay and above the city as it is now. We found our hotel and were delighted with our choice. The rooms are nice, gorgeous ...
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 ...