Hotel Les Orangers
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... dinner down at our little beach, before packing our case, once again. We have less and less clothes as the trip continues. Some brief reflections on our time in France. Food and eating out is quite cheap, we've probably spent less on food than if we were home. Ice creams vary in price, but are incredibly delicious so well worth the price, whatever it is. Beer is beer, cheap at the take way places, Tabacs and supermarkets, more at your hotel bar, but again well worth the ...
... 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 ...
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.
... br> He was very impressed with our driving and general behaviour. He did not have a drivers license - said he didn't need one as he rode his bycycle most of the time
A short tour around the old city of corte, a quick drink, then back to browns accommodation and local sausages, salad and of course the mandatory vino.
Jeff and I walked home with our torch watching carefully for any wild animals!!