Hotel Palazzu U Domu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Graham is trying to become a local. Hang the arm out the window, be on the mobile, have a cigarette and change gears whilst driving down the mountain track.
It took us about 4 hours to travel 40 kms. We did stop for coffee, and Graham was grateful I wantrd to do a ...
... honey etc. The only real industry is tourism, there is no heavy industry at all. Lots of those Moke cars around and quad type bikes, except bigger. Otherwise same sort of cars as we have at home,a lot of camper vans. Petrol is 1.61 € per litre, seems much the same as on the mainland which is surprising. The language almost seems more Italian than French but I guess there has been checkered history with I think something like 5 centuries of belonging ...
... The ground floor and the cellar feature a few photographs of the family residences around Ajaccio and photographs of various agricultural instruments used on the land such as millstones, jars and oil-presses
We spent 1hr there and it was well worth it. The entrance was free as it was the first Sunday of the month. Soon after our visit, we picked up our luggage and went to the airport to catch our flight to Rome where we had accommodations for one night.
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We have arrived around 6pm and went straight to the hotel to check in. I booked hotel Napoleon. It had great reviews and was located right in the centre ville. I was happy with the hotel and it had a great location indeed.
Soon after we checked in, went out for dinner and icecream. ...
Second day in Ajaccio
Early Morning - We had our breakfast and we went straight to the beach which was across our hotel. How convenient.:)
Around lunch time, we checked out and then we had few hours to visit:
- Le centre ville (downtown) the historic centre and the port. I had a nice surprise to see that the Sunday Market was still open and lively. I love going to the markets in different cities and ...