Hôtel Le Saint Jean
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- Shuttle bus service
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... others to visit the house where Napolean lived and various other places where his relatives were buried, and made our own way back to the ship for a drink on the sundeck followed by long lunch.
Later I am pleased to report that we finally won the Trivia quiz so we headed up to the pool bar to have a celebratory champagne. We opened another bottle on the balcony as we sailed away ...
... in to Ajaccio in Corsica. A little hidden gem we found many years ago, nip to deck 15, walk to the front of the ship, ignore the Access to Cabins only sign and hey presto you are on top of the bridge and pretty much on your own barring a couple of others who worked it out. It was such a lovely approach this morning we spent 2 and a half hours up there watching us dock. It was like a millpond and a very picturesque approach. The sun was well up ...
We had a lovely day of driving this beautiful island. I do think it is by far one of the prettiest islands we have seen. It's very mountainous and everything after that is seascape and beautiful beaches. We'll climb to over 3,000 feet elevation, and in 10 minutes we are at a beautiful beach.
Our hotel was O.K. for the night. It wasn't what we had expected, but I don't think there was much choice for this area, and they ...
... off to the laundromat to do some laundry. That was a 2 1/2 hour adventure that would take too long to recount in this travel blog. When Peter finally returned, it was soon time for dinner at La Tour Genoese which is around the corner from our hotel. Peter had lamb and Anne had rockfish en papillote which apparently means wrapped in aluminum foil. It was tasty nonetheless. We will certainly miss some of theses delicious dinners once we're back to our old routines at ...
... we were driving at 30 km/hr. The traffic was very light so we had no problem in taking our time and stopping en route wherever there were good views of the cliffs and sea. We stopped for a mid-morning coffee/tea at a hotel/restaurant set up in the hills among beautiful trees and flowers and a wonderful view. Part of the road on the last half of our journey was quite spectacular with a very narrow ...