Travel Blogs from Erbalunga
... I was heading back to Steve and Dunikolu now berthed at Olbia in Sardinia.
My bags were so heavy that by the time I had dragged and carried close on 40kg around with me through Gatwick, Rome airport, the train station and the ferry ports I was totally exhausted and my case had broken under the strain! My arm muscles have surely gotten larger! Thank goodness for some young Italian men who rushed to my assistance when ...
... so a nice end to the day. But we had to keep reminding ourselves to switch back to French (the little we knew), as we get saying 'grazie, si' - there's always the inevitable transition period when you move into another country; now 'oui merci.'
We stayed another day to explore the small town and of course so we could spend more time with Heath and Nathalie, before they flew back to London after their week in the sun. Bastia is quite a ...
... area with the Citadel (old city) towering above. Beyond and around the Citadel the city is less interesting: crumbling tenement housing is the norm - it’s evidently the poorer part of town. The Citadel offers fantastic views and – inevitably – some interesting looking restaurants. However, as we quickly learn, looks can be deceptive and our first restaurant meals ‘home in France’ are somewhat underwhelming. In ...
... different and each one done with a real sense of humour.
We were in the "Voyage on a train" room, which had large black and white photos of steam trains, and a "bookshelf" above the bed with such old classics as "Memoirs of a Eurostar Conductor", Vols 1 - 4, "Top bunk or bottom?" and "All you need to know about booking a train on the internet" It is good to find a hotel where such a lot of thought has gone into planning the rooms and they are all ...
... due to leave Nice harbour at 1530. No great problem there, as it was maybe only 5 miles away from the hotel, even if we didn't know where it was, it couldn't be that hard to find, could it?
Leaving the hotel at half past one would be fine.
Plenty of time!
The views from the coast road were lovely. Under the brilliant blue of the sky the sea was azure, thereby living up to the coast's name. The area is built up, but not with high rise buildings, so ...
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