L'Hotel Costa Verde
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... to reach a bridge - presumably crossing the ravine. After 2. Hours and a view of the next 30 minutes walking we decided to turn around and head back.
WE WERE STUFFED. Muscles we didn't know we had were starting to complain.
Jen met us at the beginning of the track.
Boys had beers at our local and then back home.
Long soak in the tub. Then of to tackling the heights of the castello!! Also the museum whi h ...
Again a fantastic day. Sun shining, blue skies and complete bliss.
Walked to the brown's accommodation which is about 1km down the road restonica.
Hopped in the car and set off for our mountain walk.
Graham stressed again on the narrow roads. The rest of us enjoying the marvellous views.
Eventually get to the end of the track. Up the mountain to the lac de mulo. Very rugged, ...
After spending the morning in Ajaccio, we left for Calvi but before that we wanted to stop by Corte and the beautiful beach Algajola.
There are 3 hrs (driving) between Ajaccio and Calvi. However, going thru the mountain was difficult, so many turns, OMG, we had to stop, I thought it will never end (I got car sick... as always:). I don't know how one can possible drive on those roads. I ...
... overlooking the marina filled with very expensive yachts and colourful fishing boats. Ajaccio is best known as the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte – the general who became Emperor of France. He lived here until the age of 7, but Corsica is proud of him and his name is everywhere, streets, bars, hotels and statues all carry the name Napoleon or Bonaparte. The city ...
Had a wonderful week in Corsica - beautiful French Island in the middle of the Mediterranean - lots of beaches, mountains and little towns. The food and culture is much more Italian than French and pretty much no one spoke English. Went down South to Bonifacio first, then to Ajaccio which is the capital. Overall a very relaxing 5 ...