Hotel Club Pascal Paoli
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Algajola
... 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, ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... wrong. Eventually we found the sign post and the trail marker, and after that it was straight forward, and straight up. The church is an incredible engineering feat, even though it's only small. The Virgin Mary, sits atop some enormous rocks, and the church sits on a solid rock foundation, even forming the start of the walls in some places. By the time we were heading back down, there were quite a few walkers and joggers on their way up. We ...
... we went to the beach, went to the shops and swam in the pool, all the usual holiday things. Then this afternoon we rode the bikes on a circuitous route up into the hills behind us, through the little villages that the 20th and 21 st centuries seem to have forgotten, and then round the back, and down into Bastia. It was an incredible uphill ride, until we saw a guy running the same route, as us, and passed us as we stopped to take photos ...