Grand Hotel de Cala Rossa
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... the nicest thunderstorm come through I've seen and heard in years. The lightning was both vertical and horizontal with great booms of thunder. It is pouring outside as I write this. It's been a great day. We will probably walk into town later tonight for dinner. It all depends on if it's pouring or not. Like I've said before these last two islands are more resort islands than we had imagined. So, we aren't getting much exercise but truly enjoying the ...
... a lovely warm day.
We got back to our room, and I immediately got my suit on to go to the pool. The sun felt so good and so warm. Eldon stayed in the room to pick out several different hotels for tomorrow night. He came down with the computer and I selected the place I wanted to stay tomorrow night. We have a water view, pool and balcony. It should be quite nice.
We had a nice late afternoon around the pool. I ordered ...
... accompanied by a light rain shower. Corte is the centre for the Corsica National Park which covers a large part of,the centre of the island. After settling into the hotel, we went into town to walk around and have a drink in the main square. There were a lot of hikers and bicyclists around. In the evening, we had a great meal at a trendy, modern restaurant called ...
... by an old city wall with an entry gate called the Piazza di Po'. The Place de Republic is dominated by a church, Eglise St-Jean-Baptiste, built in 1868. This time the church had piped music which we thought was a nice touch. The town is almost Italian in appearance (don't tell the French) with small side streets filled with tourist shops and restaurants. After wandering for a couple of hours it was down the hill to our hotel for some future ...
... degrees and raining in November! Corsica would be great to explore without young children as there were many great hikes, rock climbing, canyoning, mountain biking and other adventure sports on offer. I did find an adventure park that had what the French called a 'baby parc' that offered tree climbing & zip lines for kids. Different levels for different ages starting from 3 years old. Mitch just loved the harness and helmut get up & I told them ...