Pierre & Vacances Residence Calarossa
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Left Sardignia on ferry. Slightly chaotic. Every one wanted to be first except the officials. Didn't arrive until 45 minutes after the allotted time Ba!
Bonifacio was majestic. The landing town in Corsica. (will try for photo on return ferry). Sheer 100 ft cliffs with houses teetering on the edge.
Slight confusion (didn't have a map ...
... ground floor level, stone floor with dome ceiling etc.
Around this 3 level dome tower was a spiral staircase with an outer wall forming a dome over the whole structure. Google it. Just mind boggling. You think of bronze age as a bit dumb - not so. They were also seafarers. Travelling to Greece, Italy and Spain.
On and upwards. Stopped a little village for lunch, a bit ordinary and you were ...
... relaxing massage. This gives you access to a special sun deck right off the spa for spa treatment customers only. We enjoyed the relaxing salt water jacuzzi as well as a rest in the deck chairs drinking cucumber water while looking out over the Mediterranen. Ahhhhh! We then sat by the pool for the afternoon and just relaxed ...
... beaches and snack bars. The bays of Spalmatore and Baia Trinita are understandably the most popular, and we spent time at each enjoying the clear turquoise waters, and views to the other islands.
We drove over to the island of Caprera, which is connected to Maddalena by a bridge. Garibaldi, Italy’s greatest national hero, bought the island in 1861 and built his house there. Today, his house is a museum with ...
... other long drive this week was to Castelsardo to see elephant rock. Months ago, Abby saw a picture in a Sardinia guide book of elephant rock. When we got here, we realized that this roadside natural rock formation that just happens to look like an elephant is a 4-5 hour drive away. We suggested to Abby that we maybe skip Elephant Rock. We mentioned that is was going to be a very very long drive to see the rock. We ...