Hotel Club Pascal Paoli
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Foreign in its rhythm and still all too familiar.
A week spent snorkelling, idly swimming, lying on rocks that warmed our hearts, staring without intent at a horizon vacant of white caps, admiring the super highway of yachts, collecting rocks that were abandoned at the end of the day.
Haute Corte. Forever in our hearts and forever grateful we will be.
olds cannot keep them maintained anymore. Sad really. During the Genoese
occupation here, it was the wealthiest area of Corsica.
Tomorrow evening, we take the boat to Toulon and when we
wake, we will be in mainland Europe, ready for the next leg.
Au revoir to you all, lovely family and friends. Mor mor and
morpa, Clare and Graeme PS. Have had email hassles and cannot consistently send pictures now
... 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 ...
... a couple of ski boats. One of the beaches had big inflated slides and platforms for the kids to play on, and they were having a ball. This afternoon we set off on the bikes again and found the sandy beach just south of Bastia, and spent a couple of hours there, mostly in the water, as it was glorious. The beach was a bit soul less though as it was just a big expanse of gritty sand. We rode back through the old port area, which was unbelievable. ...