The train to Ajaccio

 
September 28, 2017   Corsica, Ajaccio, France
 
 
Train

Today we caught the train to Ajaccio. The narrow-gauge train, officially called the Chemins de Fer de la Corse, connects Bastia to Ajaccio and Calvi (along with many points in between, of course). It's quite a scenic train trip as it winds through the mountainous center of Corsica.

The photos from the train suffer a bit because the train was moving and the windows were dirty and scratched. There is only so much that a high shutter speed and polarizer can fix.

 
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Narrow-gauge train, Gara di Bastia      
 
Narrow-gauge train, Gara di Bastia      
 
Narrow-gauge train, Gara di Bastia      
 
Narrow-gauge train, Gara di Bastia      
 
Narrow-gauge train, Gara di Bastia      
 
Narrow-gauge train, Gara di Bastia      
 
Corsica as seen from train      
 
Corsica as seen from train      
 
Corsica as seen from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
View from train      
 
Typical train station      
 
Typical train station      
 
Typical train station      
 
Church in Ajaccio, next to our apt      
Our train ride ended in Ajaccio. We then walked about a km from the train station to our apartment, a roomy one bedroom, conveniently and scenically located in the middle of the old Genovese quarter. Its only downside was being on what appears to be Ajaccio's busiest sidewalk-cafe street. It's chock-a-block with restaurants and bars and it's busy until the wee hours. The noise was ok, it's part of being in town, but the cigarette smoke was annoying.
 
Church in Ajaccio, next to our apt      
Our train ride ended in Ajaccio. We then walked about a km from the train station to our apartment, a roomy one bedroom, conveniently and scenically located in the middle of the old Genovese quarter. Its only downside was being on what appears to be Ajaccio's busiest sidewalk-cafe street. It's chock-a-block with restaurants and bars and it's busy until the wee hours. The noise was ok, it's part of being in town, but the cigarette smoke was annoying.
 
Church in Ajaccio, next to our apt      
Our train ride ended in Ajaccio. We then walked about a km from the train station to our apartment, a roomy one bedroom, conveniently and scenically located in the middle of the old Genovese quarter. Its only downside was being on what appears to be Ajaccio's busiest sidewalk-cafe street. It's chock-a-block with restaurants and bars and it's busy until the wee hours. The noise was ok, it's part of being in town, but the cigarette smoke was annoying.
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