Mediterranean Cruise: Corfu, Greece

Sunday took us to Corfu, Greece. I wanted to go on this cruise because it was one of the few that went to Greece. Corfu isn’t the most popular port, but it was nice.

Corfu, Greece

We got off the boat and decided to walk downtown. I kept forgetting walking for me and Cheryl was a lot different than walking for my mom, aunt and uncle.

We saw a pirate ship on the way!

Corfu, Greece

We also went past the new fort.

Corfu, Greece

The old town was a cool area. We were there early so shops were opening up as we were walking around.

Corfu, Greece

We bought some souvenirs and then headed to the old fort.

Corfu, Greece

It was a few ear each to go in, but it had a high hill overlooking the water where we wanted to take pictures.

Corfu, Greece

The hill was a steep climb so my mom and aunt stayed at the cafe in the fort.

Corfu, Greece

Corfu, Greece

The fort was also a prison. It was cool walking around looking at everything.

Corfu, Greece

The walk uphill was slippery. The rocks were slick from all the people that used them. Luckily there were handrails to keep me from falling.

Corfu, Greece

The view was awesome!

Corfu, Greece

Corfu, Greece

We headed back down and had some cold drinks in the cafe. It was hot again. That’s what we get for going on a cruise in the summer.

Corfu, Greece

Then we walked around more. Most of the shops were open now.

Corfu, Greece

I wish I had worn my bathing suit. There were people swimming in the water, but to go back to the boat and come back again would have been silly.

Corfu, Greece

That night the one restaurant turned itself into Le Cirque, a famous NYC restaurant. The food was good and there was an awesome sunset outside.

Corfu, Greece

That night Jeremy took over the main lounge and did a one man show. The fact that Jeremy could play the piano, harmonica and guitar made me realize I wish I could play at least one instrument.

Corfu, Greece

We were starting on our last few days of the cruise!

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