Hotel Dolce Vita
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... my reading glasses when I go shopping. But hey, with age comes wisdom, the only upside. Back on the bus at 200pm as ship up and away at 430pm.
Off to Rome tomorrow and going to take a look at the port side town which I cannot spell nor pronounce. Getting to Rome is quite difficult from the port so giving it a miss this time xx
... due to being at sea. The iPad is good for info on where we are going. The other cruises we have been on have been much more informative of independent exploration of a port and its area. Also it is sometimes possible to book private tours a lot cheaper than the ship offers. Managed 1/2hr on our deck then back up to the sunset bar to sail away at 5pm. It's a very very busy life on board ship!!! Just as well there ...
Tuesday 4th August
We woke up in the port of City of Ajaccio, on the West side of Corsica. Birthday boy Kevin was greeted and serenaded to a happy birthday by everyone!!!! No sleeping in......time for a walk down along the boardwalk.!!!!
After breakfast we caught the double decker bus for a 1 1/2 hour tour of the city. Josie took some photos of us as she said she would be the photographer ...
... and Queens!! And gone out of their way to make every moment pleasurable. Even when we are swimming, Glen is down on the board on watch...just in case us "oldies" get into trouble In the deep water, .....the life ring is always put out!!!!
We had a lovely dinner at a restaurant about 500 m walk from the boat, typical French restaurant....Kevin and I had baked Guinea fowl with gnocchi. Desert was chestnut pudding, very ...
... We were encouraged to find a local product by the name of Acqua del Elba - a perfume/cologne/soap product that is well known and originates here. This we did of course, and purchased some as well! Secondly, we wanted to see the museum of Napoleon and then his house. The house was large and quite impressive. This house is positioned in the highest part of the township from where he could dominate the town, the port ...