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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kalliste Ajaccio
Travel Blogs from Ajaccio
... 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 ...
... premium price. It was clean and that is what matters the most for me.
We got to the hotel too early for our room, so we drove into town for a little lunch. We each had a small beer and split a panini sandwich.
We checked into our hotel at 3:00 and we both worked on our computers.
We walked back into town at 7:30 for dinner. I ordered the chicken curry, and Eldon ordered the menu. The menu was fish with ...
... the nicest thunderstorm come through I've seen and heard in years. The lightning was both vertical and horizontal with great booms of thunder. It is pouring outside as I write this. It's been a great day. We will probably walk into town later tonight for dinner. It all depends on if it's pouring or not. Like I've said before these last two islands are more resort islands than we had imagined. So, we aren't getting much exercise but truly enjoying the ...
... and a little rest before dinner.
Porto Vecchio was also the starting place for the 2013 Tour de France, this must have been a big deal as the posters are still on display around the town. As well as this there is a round of the tennis Masters coming up on the 8th and 9th of May which features Boris Becker, Bjorn Borg, Henri Leconte and some other guy we have never heard of (Greg has just googled him - Mansour Bahrami from Iran). We have ...
... walk to only a few minutes to the ship. It is very tiny and easy to get around on foot. We of course visited Bonapartes birth home, which was very interesting as I listened to the audio guide in English.
Other than this we followed the map and went to the plaza of De Gaulle, the town beach area and ...