Marina di Cavu
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We only have one full day in Bonifacio, arriving late yesterday afternoon, and leaving tomorrow morning for a couple of days in the northern mountains of Corsica. So today had to be the day we experienced as much as we could. We had checked out boat tours (no name tags, no numbered stickers on our shirts!!) to get have a look at Bonifacio from the water. There are a multitude of tours to pick from, some all-dayer's ...
... lunch today. On the way to to the ferry we had planned to stop to see the other Nuraghic ruins that we didn't see the other day, These were supposed to be bigger and better, and they didn't disappoint. The most impressive was a village covering 4 hectares. The biggest most complete tower was the central meeting area for the village and the chiefs dig's. These are round houses 2 stories tall made completely of stones. ...
... some good looking performers! Stew managed to prove that he is his mothers son and bought ridiculously priced noisy flashing toys for the kids. After watching the Hawks win the Grand Final (Stew says this deserves a whole new blog) early Saturday morning on Stews little laptop we drove up into the mountains (1500m). A nervous drive hoping the kids wouldnt get sick! We were rewarded with gorgeous mountain villages. The scenery was spectacular & ...
... way to the waterfront. We have picked a bar/restaurant that has a wood fired pizza oven, and we are currently drinking beers while looking out over a beautiful little marina. It is very quiet - we really are at the end of tourist season. Most of the really big hotels and resort complexes are closed up until next summer. I'm sure most of the restaurants won't be far behind. A lot of the shops are empty and we've wondered ...
... surprising. It doesn't feel like Italy, and it doesn't look like Italy. We are staying in the top North East section of the Island, and spent today exploring the local area. There are marinas a'plenty here - very small, very boutique and interesting. Some have lots of really expensive yachts and others just have smaller rich men's runabouts. Most of the marinas have cafes, bars and restaurants. Not too many ...