Hotel Roc e Mare
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... outlying islands and others vary from an hour to a couple of hours. We didn't want to spend a whole day on the water so we went for a short cruise that would show us the main things. The main things being amazing caves, grottos and islands. We went fully into one grotto, I thought I was over my cave "thing", apparently it doesn't apply to grottos. Having just seen how huge chunks of the cliff face can fall ...
... me as being a strong hold for the rich and famous - many yachts and restaurants and not much else, harbour-side. But up in the old town it seems the village has a nice "hum" about it. Our hotel is built inside the old citadel and there are many, many, steps down to the harbour, and many, many steps back up. it actually feels like twice as many with some vodka's and red wine your belt. I think maybe we will eat up hill ...
... amp; their 3 daughters who were taking an extended holiday before moving home to NZ (after living in the Sth west of France for 12 years & having all three daughters there). Mike is an ex rugby player who in the last 2 yrs has done a 'degree' in charcuterie and plans to open a business back home. Mitch & Grace loved having some little friends to communicate with. The French/Kiwi accents on the girls was so cute. We thoroughly enjoyed ...
... to middle age.
For all except graham the mountain scenery was spectacullar. He said all he could see was the white line when we had one, in the middle of road.
Arrived at Corte - staying at different hotels. Thunder and lightening and heavy rain. Waited a while for it to subside then g&j dropped us off at our hotel.
Sat on the patio and watched the river rambling by.
Dinner at the local was very nice-chatted with a ...
... 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 ...