Hotel Restaurant L'Aitone
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
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... 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 ...
... sides. We shared a lovely bottle of red wine (Patrimonio, 2011, from Domaine Giacometti). The curry wasn't what I had expected--it came with spaghetti, not rice, and had more turmeric than curry taste.
We got back to our hotel and had an after dinner drink. Eldon had the Myrte and I had the Limoncello. The myrle is some kind of fruit from the island here. It was tasty, but we couldn't understand what type of fruit it ...
... looking at beaches (the first white sand beaches we have seen) with a temperature of about 26 degrees and snow at the same time. Our first stop was a quaint village (L'lle Rousse) where we stopped for about an hour. The markets were open and we wandered through them. It has a beautiful white sandy beach and a large number of resorts. Club Med 2 was anchored just off the beach. Next we headed up the mountains. The Balagna Village road was narrower than either Amalfi ...
... of Corsica. The road was just as scary as the road from Calvi to Porto but had the additional hazard of pigs and cows wandering along the road. Going to Ajaccio first rather than driving directly from Porto to Conte added two hours to the driving but we felt we should check out Ajaccio. We had second thoughts when the GPS showed it would take us another 40 minutes ...
... viewing the jellyfish that were sheltered in one of the coves. It included a stop at a local beach which looked rather gray and rocky compared to Grand Bend. The tour would have been perfect if only the boat captain (and tour guide) had spoken some English! After our return, we had a picnic lunch overlooking the water in Porto. To wear off some of our lunch we hiked up the hills to the Genoese tower that overlooks Porto, to have a beautiful view of the town. Peter ...
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