Chalet-Hotel Alpage

Vars, Provence, 05560, France | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $107.00
 

Travel Blogs from Vars

Parlez Vous Parking Fines?

A travel blog entry by kathyducker

Another quiet down day. There were fresh food markets up top of the town. Brent and I had a wander. At lunch Nicholas and Claire went up to buy some fresh carrots for lunch and came back a beautiful bunch with stems on. I was impressed that they did that without any language!! The carrots were good too! I wondered how much the guinea pigs would have liked those stems but unfortunately had to throw them out. :-( We headed off to find the ...

From Snow to MORE snow (& marmots?)

A travel blog entry by kathyducker

... We went right up to the snow level, on a road with hairpin bends, hardly wide enough for 2 vehicles and right on cliff faces. Children are so trusting. We found this coffee/gift shop up top and there was Brent shivering away. The man had fed him a couple of coffees and some Mars bars. I let him drive back down and it was quite spectacular. On the mountains there were these small creatures running all over. We couldn't work out if they looked ...

Wed 18 June/DAY 4 - Le Bourg-d'Oisans to Gap

A travel blog entry by timsparling

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... run into Gap.

This worked out...let's go with "well enough". Turned off N85 onto D14 and followed the signs to Col de Manse, which was at the end of a stretch of quiet roads past several farms. By then the rain had started, first as just spitting but then actual light rain. We stopped for a few minutes at the col for Linda to put on every dry glove she had before a swift descent along the wide departmental road D944, then along the lower half of the ...

Le Bourg-d'Oisans to Gap

A travel blog entry by timsparling

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... warm, then rained again fairly seriously and got cold. We must have stopped at least 6 times to put on or take off items of apparel. Our final climb was up to Col Bayard at 1248 m. For the initiated, once you climb to one of these cols (we would call these passes) you then come down immediately on the other side, so if you have a another col to climb you are essentially starting all over again. Once through Col Bayard we had about a 10 ...

Arvieus, Fort Queyras & Cheese making!

A travel blog entry by angela.stringer

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... talked for a while with the Americans who were travelling with the Jazz students from near Ohio, Brian & John and with Willy the Irishman from Marseille. We considered catching up with them for dinner but the distance at night meant that we headed back for a drink in Arvieux and dinner at the restaurant in our place at La Chalp. I had the lamb rack, which was lamb cutlets and Lynda & Lucy ordered the 'special' of the day... ...

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