Hotel Palazzu U Domu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... slightly (but that’s very subjective!!) A light was flickering and reflecting off the cabin bulkhead. As I turned over to investigate, there is Mrs H sitting up battling with level 410 of Candy Crush!! We have travelled just over 6,000 nautical miles of ocean. It’s been a breeze (so to speak.) The ocean, whether there had been 40m or 4,000m below the keel had been relatively calm. King Neptune, had indeed shown us mercy. Until now. He can be a bugger when ...
... again at a restaurant in the mountain village of Tolla for a snack of local specialties. We were each given a plate filled with sausage, bread and cookies and our choice of wine or orange juice. We decided to try the wine – although it was only 10:15 AM where we were, it was 5 o’clock somewhere. J Everything, including the wine, was good.
The route down out of the mountains was not nearly as scary as the gorge road. As we descended, the weather ...
... just after we stopped a truck full of sheep went passed.
Great little hotel with coastal views in Porto.
An afternoon walk and drinks on the balcony before pizza and rose' at the local restaurant.
Xxxx Ann and Jeff
Ps peter - u got a post card suck it up!!
... the pirates and beautiful stonewalls with limestone caves etc. Lots of photos here, always a sign that I really like the place. After doing a boat tour around the harbour, I took a little train up to the old town/ bastion. When I came back there was nothing like a rose in the sun! Overall this reminds me more of a Greek Island, not sure which one, than say Sicily. I can see Sardinia on the horizon, only 12 km away so will be interesting to compare them in the ...
... The ground floor and the cellar feature a few photographs of the family residences around Ajaccio and photographs of various agricultural instruments used on the land such as millstones, jars and oil-presses
We spent 1hr there and it was well worth it. The entrance was free as it was the first Sunday of the month. Soon after our visit, we picked up our luggage and went to the airport to catch our flight to Rome where we had accommodations for one night.