Hôtel Le Saint Jean
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Queen Elizabeth cruise liner birthed at the wharf.with 2200 passengers. Quite a site to see!!!
There were some impressive markets on not far from the wharf. There were some numerous amounts of cheese and olives, tapenades, jams, chutneys ....the works.!!! These French people love their cheeses and olives.
Lunch was scrumptious as usual with leek quiche, grilled cod, and mushroom ...
Once the coach trip was over we headed out on foot into the city again. Some of the streets were built on deep slopes which added to the quaint appeal of this place. It was nice to slip off into one of the more shaded side streets to escape the sun and also to explore some of the local merchandise. David and Gary both found Corsican Whisky which they bought. Barbara found a nice shawl and I bought a new .......dress!!! yes a ...
... open sea! Consuming all our water as well as purchasing more drinks, we decided to retreat to the air conditioned comfort of our home away from home and have a late lunch. Then washing , packing and preparing for the evening ahead. Our last night on board:( At 4:00pm we met with the 'new friends' Mary and Jim over afternoon tea. At 6:30 we went to a 'show' featuring comedian Craig Carmean. And then at 7:30 we went to dine ...
... else. In all my life I have never seen anything like it. And the quality ? Well I had my buffet taste tester along and he said this was THE ultimate. High praise from buffet King :) (See photos) After lunch we filled in the gap with reading at Seaborn square and later retired to the Observation deck as the ship hugged the coast of Corsica. Here they served afternoon ...
... as we sailed in to the the sunset, Rome bound. It's now 8pm and we've just returned to our cabin after a full day out. A quick shower next, some food somewhere (unsure where yet) possible movie and then bed. It's a 7am dock in the morning and we need to be off early if we are to try and get to Rome. It's an hour and a half from the dock by train and we don't have a trip booked, we're on our own. That could be fun. If there's no blog tomorrow night, were lost ...