Hotel Le Subrini
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A midday dock today so plenty of time to enjoy the delights of the ship this morning. We've taken to breakfasting at the back of the ship and its virtually our own private balcony. It's maybe a new tradition. This morning was exceptionally good as we saw 2 whales playing, clear as a bell near to the ship. Bit to quick for the camera unfortunately so lots of pictures of the sea, but the pictures are there in our heads. We moved on to the front of the ship for ...
... The massage was nothing like anything I've ever had before. I stayed fully clothed, darn. It was a Thai massage, and they get to trigger-points and push hard. They also put you into positions to stretch the large muscle groups. It felt really good. I just wish I could fully relax when I have a massage. That's what they are all about, right?
I got back to the room and showered and tried to call my mom several times. Her phone wouldn't work so ...
We left our hotel good time this morning and went into town for breakfast. We each got a pan au chocolate and walked across the street for our coffee and juice.
The drive today was especially beautiful. The roads were curvy and really steep, but the mountain and rock formations reminded us both of Bryce Canyon and even Zion. There was very little traffic, so it was a relatively easy drive. We ...
... premium price. It was clean and that is what matters the most for me.
We got to the hotel too early for our room, so we drove into town for a little lunch. We each had a small beer and split a panini sandwich.
We checked into our hotel at 3:00 and we both worked on our computers.
We walked back into town at 7:30 for dinner. I ordered the chicken curry, and Eldon ordered the menu. The menu was fish with ...
... to the ship. We were running a bit late and were the last to board before we set off. Calvi and surrounds were quite modern with a lovely feel. It is the type of place that I could stay for a week or so and relax. Interesting sidelight - when the French first took over the island (I think about the early 1900's) people were banned from speaking or writing Corsican. Anyway our tour guide can speak it and she sang a Corsican song for us. It was a lovely touch. We both ...