Capo d'Orto Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we headed off well prepared for any sort of weather.
Again climbing mountains. Weather was hot! Climb along a river valley and up the mountain. Mostly out in the open and very hot. Had to take clothes of rather than put them on.
Jen not feeling the best so she went back to her accommodation and we said we would walk for about 4 hours.
Climbed through the mountain valley, spectacular views.
... is just a rough path among the boulders. Yet there were young couples with babies and up to 4 yr old in front/back packs, one little slip and squashed bambini.
After about 3 hrs walking (and me tripping and splintering the screen of my tablet) we headed back to town. Gave a young man (24) from Belgium a lift back to corte. There had been a group of them on a 3 dzy camping/walking tour in the ...
... roads. Eventually we found Christopher Columbus's home (unfortunately not much left but a plaque stating this is the spot). We stood and looked out at the ocean and coast and thought how it would have looked pretty much the same when Chris was there.
We ventured around the new part of town looking at the tourist shops and boats in the harbour before catching a tender boat back to the ship.
... in hedge blistering heat all day The beach at calvi was gorgeous, you could walk out about 100 metres into the sea and it was still only waist height. It was a really good snorkelling beach I nipped to the supermarket across the road and bought some drinks and snacks for on the beach and a football kit for Cameron, I had forgotten how much I LOVE a French supermarket! We spent a really nice day on the beach and at about 3pm we walked back ...
... never to set foot again in Corsica.
Napoleon's birthplace, a large and simple residence, is now a museum devoted to the Bonaparte family in Corsica. The visit starts on the second floor with a historical evocation of Corsica in the 18th century, and is followed by an introduction to members of the family: Charles and Letizia in the first room, Napoleon, his brothers and sisters in the second room. Visitors are then led into the "Chambre de ...