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Florence to Corsica for 3 days in April -- or Cinque Terre instead?

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My DH and I are planning our 11 day trip to Italy this April. We plan to start in Florence (4 nights) and initially thought about going to the Cinque Terre from there. All of the sudden, we are considering taking the Ferry off Florence to go to Corsica. My sister just got back from Corsica and LOVED it......
1. How is the weather in Corsica in mid April?
2. Is this worth it for the 3 days we would be there? How is the Ferry? I understand it is a 3.5 hour trip.
3. Thoughts about how worthwhile this is vs. going to the Cinque Terre for that same period of time?
Thoughts ?
Thanks!

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