Hotel Balanea

Address: 6, rue Clemenceau, Calvi, Corsica, 20260, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6, rue Clemenceau, Calvi, is near Musee Albert Kahn, Bois de Boulogne, Longchamp Racecourse, and Marguerite's Elegant Home Cooking.
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    Travel Blogs from Calvi

    Day 47 - Paris and London

    A travel blog entry by anthonydowell on May 31, 2015

    1 comment

    Our last morning in Paris has been marred by rain. After breakfast in the hotel we finished packing (somehow every bag seems a lot heavier than it was 7 weeks ago!). We are just waiting for our car to pick us up and it is raining. So any thoughts of a last walk have been dashed. Paris is not wonderful in the wet. Pools of water seem to accumulate quickly in the streets with the slightest shower. Worst of all the tennis has ...

    Day 35 - Calvi, Corsica

    A travel blog entry by anthonydowell on May 19, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... Each time we met a car coming the other way we both had to stop and one reverse until it was wide enough to pass. At the top of the mountain was the village of Sant'Antoninu which has a permanent population of about 30 and has 360 degree views of the surrounding area. Absolutely magnificent. I neglected to mention that Max has hurt two of her toes in two separate incidents so walking is difficult at the moment. So we stayed in the village and had a frappe. This area ...

    Paris - First 2 Weeks

    A travel blog entry by hendricksone on Apr 12, 2015

    ... saw a performance of Le Bourgeois gentilhomme, a classical French comedy by Molière. We’d read it for Cathy’s class, and watching it performed was a real treat. Molière is really quite funny, and the actors gave a perhaps exaggerated rendition, so the whole thing was very bizarre. Molière is famous for inventing the “comedy-ballet”—basic ally a comedy with ballet breaks between scenes. Apparently, this was a big deal, because Louis XIV ...

    Paris holds the key to your heart

    A travel blog entry by lcmckay on Oct 29, 2014

    ... that are so potent I get quite tipsy after one. We can't stay for long as we have tickets to the moulin rouge The show was incredible, the costumes were so pretty and amazing. I was a little disappointed in some of the girls timing though for the amount we paid I expected it to be outstanding but for some acts it was average at best. The comedy routines were great and they had ...

    A quick whip around

    A travel blog entry by constance20 on Aug 25, 2014

    18 photos

    ... tummy. I think he has eaten at McDonalds too much! The Palace of the Persian King Darius (6th century BC) had these amazingly huge horses heads at the top of many columns. You can even see the beam of wood that was being supported. The delicately coloured enamelled brickwork shows the king's archers, while the winged bulls are from the Assyrian king Sargon II's (8th C BC) palace. Last but not least is the black basalt Code of Hammurabi, the Babylonian king, and one ...