Le Hameau Du Rocher Blanc

Address: Les Plans, Chantemerle, Serre-Chevalier, Hautes-Alpes, Provence, 05330, France | Condo
 
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This condo, located on Les Plans, Chantemerle, Serre-Chevalier, is near Musee Naval et Napoleonien.
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      Provencal wine country stole my heart

      A travel blog entry by kelmichellebell on Feb 18, 2015

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      Learning to love wine was a real process for me. You see people drink it on TV and in movies, and it always seems so fancy and appropriate for the situation. On holidays as I got older (teenage years) I would ask my dad if I could try a sip of his wine. Sometimes he would say no, and sometimes he would let me take a sip. Every time is was the most awful thing I had ever tasted. "If it tastes so awful - why do people drink this stuff?" I used to think to myself. Slowly but surely ...

      Un Mois Dans Les Vignes (A Month in the Vines)

      A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Jun 02, 2014

      1 comment, 98 photos

      ... sophisticated as to be able to build a 30-mile long stone aqueduct with only 1-inch drop for every 350 feet of canal. For 400 years it supplied nine-million gallons of water per day to Nīmes.


      From the museum we walked out and stood in awe as the massive aqueduct came into view. This sight captivated our attention and cameras. During our visit a rainstorm blew in forcing us and about 15 ...

      Around Avignon

      A travel blog entry by mslb on Sep 18, 2013

      3 photos

      This morning after breakfast we opts to go for a walk along the ramparts of the city. The ramparts are stone walls built around the city in the 1300's during the papacy. They are almost 5km long. The city has since long grown outside of the walls so there are many entrances for both vehicles and pedestrians. We walked past the university then had lunch at a little cafe called L'Ubu. We also visited ...

      Losing my religion

      A travel blog entry by staciehall on Aug 20, 2013

      3 photos

      ... it goes down, and it goes up again) brought me some perspective. He said "it's ok, this is a net descent day - 3400m up, 3800m down". Whatever it takes to get yourself through the day. Still over 100km to travel....I have to get back on the bike.


      And so to the 30km descent from 2000m down to 500m into Torino, Italy for around 60km. Another gorgeous part of the world, and Italian roads are so much ...

      Honeymoon part III - Chateauneuf du Pape

      A travel blog entry by bibayfintan on Jun 11, 2012

      55 photos

      After various misspellings we managed to enter Chateuneuf du Pape correctly in our Tom Tom, and Kathy, the Irish voice, took us there.

      We left behind turquoise blue sea and windblown maritime pine trees, to dip ourselves in the picture perfect France my stereotyped dreams were expecting: medieval hilltop villages surrounded by vineyards, pastel coloured window shutters, antique markets, shabby chic ...