Les Terrasses de Labrau

Address: Quartier Pont de Labrau, Allos, Provence, 04260, France | Condo
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This condo is located on Quartier Pont de Labrau, Allos.
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Travel Blogs from Allos

Over the hill to Italy!

A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 25, 2015

27 photos

... up in his rain gear and soft shell jacket too. It wasn't long before we stopped on the side of the road and he was peeling off his many layers expressing how he was reaching a freak out hot point. We continue to cruise down the switchbacks enjoying the new view we have of endless mountain peaks as we follow the now single lane road down the pass. The road infrastructure had changed drastically from the roads in France. Prior to Italy we had smooth paved roads with huge ...

Lost pots and passes

A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 24, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... long sticks and poking into deep pools seeing if we can find the missing pot. We don't. Disappointed we head back up to the campsite. I suggest to Kory he take a breather, sit down, read, have a cookie reminding him it is just a pot, thankfully it wasn't you. Dinner cooks and we laugh at how silly the turn of events was. Kory beats himself up a bit longer and goes back down to the riverbed to fill up the water bladder with more water. He returns ...

This road looks comfy!

A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 23, 2015

28 photos

... around a tunnel. We had seen a few of the signs on previous tunnels we had passed by but had assumed they were a panoramic view point, not a side road that bypasses the tunnel completely! We were both quite shocked at what we had stumbled upon. These side roads appeared to be the old original gorge road that ran along side the riverbed and through the side of the rock walls, creating huge rock overhangs that would now be considered incredibly dangerous. As ...

Little Italian loop

A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Sep 11, 2015

9 photos

... the light is on red. There is a countdown timer showing 25. Good, not long to wait. Then as the timer remains unchanging it dawns that the count is in minutes not seconds.

We turn off west at Vinadio and climb up and over the Col de la Lombarde (2,350m) into France. It is an amazing road, starting with 12 tight hairpins all piled on top of each other, so close together ...

The Verdon Gorge

A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Sep 10, 2015

15 photos

Our ride today takes us along the south side of the Verdon Gorge.

We ride down to the bridge at the east end of the Lac de Saint-Croix, where the Verdon River emerges and the gorge starts. Above us is the pretty town of Aiguines.

We ride along the top of the gorge on a twisty road full of tourists cars and camper vans. Lots ...