Hotel La Calypso
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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 ...
... rocks, bushes etc to transverse.
Of course we were prepared NOT! It had been hot and sunny when we left.
It was cool, but ok until we got to the lac, 1770 metres above sea level and the breeze was not hot.
After checking out the shepherds hut, the temperature of the water and the dark clouds we decided to descend.
I was freezing in my polo shirt and shorts.
Hard yakka going down ...
Tuesday 19th August
Hello from Calvi on the island of Corsica, France.
Awoke to see the shore from our stateroom, looks beautiful. We had to go by tender boat from the ship to the shore as there is no mooring large enough for the Noordam to dock. A tourist office was set up as we disembarked and we recieved a free map of the town which was very hard to read and in small writing. Still we made our ...
... up to find all the sunbeds piled up and the whole side of the deck roped off. There was only me asleep in the middle of the deck. The cleaning crew were all hanging around waiting for me to wake up. Everyone else was sitting or lying on the other side of the deck watching in amusement, I was so embarrassed - I had to do a walk of shame across the deck and through the ropes to leave the deck!!! It can only happen to me Once again it was a blissful ...
... 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 ...