Hôtel de la Paix
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHôtel de la Paix Corte
Room is OK, did not book in advance, so got what was left. Nothing to complain.
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Finally. The ocean. Corsica's beautiful northern turquoise abyss provided soothing balm to the soul. Tears were shed as we wandered into the ocean, creating solace amidst the chaos, bringing light to dark. I had mournfully ached for the ocean amidst those mountains for the past six months. I loved those peaks, I stared in awe every day at the ever changing vista from our living room ...
... beautiful walks and plenty of forest
greenery in the way of beeches and chestnut trees. Very scenic drives with
plunging gorges, jagged spiny mountains with roads and small hilltop villages clinging
for a precarious hold. One holds one breath and does not look over the side of
We had a great time at an Agritourisimo camp in the heights
of Monti Limbaro in Sardinia, and did some great ...
... of times, and then a car finally ran over it. Fortunately we were on a downhill section and I coasted down, with my right leg swinging freely, with no pedal at all. We hit a couple of slight up turns, and that was the end of that. John said as it was attached to the crank, it would not be cheap to fix it, and as my bike was 10 years old, he was keen for me to leave it behind too. I was more than a little sad, as it had been a trusty friend and companion on many rides, ...
... water is a temp that's easy to stay in, thank goodness, as is the pool. Friday It was another very warm day today, with only a slight breeze to cool things down a bit. We spent the morning on the beach and then in the afternoon we walked around to a little cove on the southern side of Calvi, where there was a little sandy beach, some shade, and plenty of rocks to snorkel around. For dinner we ate at one of the restaurants again, along the harbour and ...
... introduced agriculture. This was home to Christopher Columbus, the city's most famous son, he was born in 1436 and died 1506. Views from the Calvi Citadel and the fortress gave us brilliant panoramic views over the harbour, the water so blue and crystal clear. The pink L'Eglise Santa Maria church in the centre of the village is a distinct city landmark. The top of the church looks like it had an ...