Hotel Restaurant U Paradisu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... boy today!!!
The city not only encloses the entire harbour but takes up the better part of the Gulf of Ajaccio, which is the largest gulf in the world.
Over 65000 population over the entire area. This city is the birthplace of Napoleon in 1769 who became the French Emperor in 1804 and spread Revolution through Europe and in 1811 made Ajaccio the capital in Corsica.
While we were ...
... than I actually can. Whilst I have the accent nailed, my comprehension and vocabulary is waaaay behind. I can just about manage:- "i speak a little French, my dad is French, slow down....and 4 beers please." We got by though and I did teach and insist that Barbara used "Merci" instead of thankyou. she did try!
we have another early start tomorrow and so will sign off until tomorrow evening.Corsica...... Tres Tres bien. Beautiful!
... specially requested menu! Christmas in July. It was spectacular. What more can I say. The turkey was just fabulous and the chocolate fondant to follow has left me so sleepy zzzzzzz So now, off to the Grand Salon for after dinner Showtime with the Seabourn Singers and Dancers @ 9:45 Wow - came back to our room to find another dessert which apparently they had omitted to serve us at dinner!! A pudding of some type - warm ...
This was the one and only day where we didn't stop off at any port. We certainly made the most of it :) A sleep in, a late breakfast on the terrace of the Collonade and then a massage for Libby @ 10:00. I thought this was a lovely way to celebrate Avril and Ruth's birthdays!! By the time I was finished, relaxed, showered and coiffed (!). It was time for 'The ...
... Menu du Jour. all the restaurants have these. Pres. Sarkosy brought in a rule during the global financial crisis that all restaurants had to provide a plat du jour ( a plate of the day) that was under 10 Euros, so that French people could afford to eat out now and again. This has developed into a Menu du Jour, usually 2 or 3 courses and ranges from about 15 to 20 Euros. It's great value and has even had us trying a few dishes that we may not ...