Hotel La Pinede
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... away from the centre around the Napoleon Fountain that formed the centre piece of a roundabout at the top of Place Foch. It then passed the Place de Gaulle. A further 5 minutes of tooting through a residential area of Ajaccio we arrived at the Grotte Napoleon. Here we were given 15 minutes to take photos and walk around.
The grotte itself is at one end of a wide open space called Place Austerlitz. It is a huge monolith of carved rock with steps rising up either ...
... species of plants and animals. In addition to its beaches, it is also known for its mountains. There are 100 peaks that are above 7000 ft. It is called the “evergreen island” as it is also rich in water, having 40 rivers, 40 glacial lakes and 8 artificial lakes (water reservoirs, used both as a source of drinking water and to produce electricity). Ajaccio is best known for being the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte and as we made our way out of the city ...
Graham is trying to become a local. Hang the arm out the window, be on the mobile, have a cigarette and change gears whilst driving down the mountain track.
It took us about 4 hours to travel 40 kms. We did stop for coffee, and Graham was grateful I wantrd to do a ...
... the pirates and beautiful stonewalls with limestone caves etc. Lots of photos here, always a sign that I really like the place. After doing a boat tour around the harbour, I took a little train up to the old town/ bastion. When I came back there was nothing like a rose in the sun! Overall this reminds me more of a Greek Island, not sure which one, than say Sicily. I can see Sardinia on the horizon, only 12 km away so will be interesting to compare them in the ...
... is thought to have been Napoleon's room on returning from Egypt. Another room is devoted to the family's history during the Second Empire and recalls Napoleon III and Eugénie's travels.
The family's rooms are on the first floor: the drawing-room, Madame Mère's bedroom, the room where Napoleon was born, the gallery, the boudoir, the room with the trap-door which Napoleon is supposed to have used to reach the port on October 6th 1799, the dining-room, ...