Hotel Spunta di Mare
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... fountain, felt tip or indeed any other calligraphic implement, I’m happy to accept Ajax is the reason for Ajaccio’s name!!
The ship docked practically in the centre of the city. It was a short walk to the dock gate, only temporarily halted by the local Gendarme to let another ambulance on to the quayside. This seems to be getting a regular occurrence now, so much so that no one seems to bat an eye lid when the blue lights start flashing. People were ...
... pool. I imagine the large movements also made for large waves in the pool that caused it to splash out. Also as a precaution, Karl stayed in our cabin where, because of its low mid-ship location, the motion was minimized. While I had dinner in the dining room, he ordered room service. Taking a shower was also a bit of a challenge, but we managed. As we had an early tour in Barcelona the next day, we went to bed fairly early.
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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 ...
... Bonaparte wed the young Letizia Ramolino and settled with her in the Bonaparte family residence. Napoleon was born there on August 15, 1769, and Lucien, Louis, Jerome, Elisa, Pauline and Caroline followed. After three years spent on the continent from 1793 to 1796 due to the family's allegiance with the French Republic, Letizia returned to Ajaccio in 1797 and had the house both improved and enlarged. Napoleon spent a few days there on returning from Egypt in 1799. He ...