hotelF1 Gap

Address: Lieu dit le Plan de Gap, Gap, Provence, 5000, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lieu dit le Plan de Gap, Gap, is near La Joue du Loup and National Park of the Écrins.
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    Travel Blogs from Gap

    Day 45. Aspres. We are moving ever North

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on Jun 13, 2015

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    ... again a brilliant free village Aire with what we are now finding happen to always have the best facilities. 'Custom' as it says in the book! I reckon the local that builds the waste and water facilities that actually work are also Motorhome owners. They know what's required. The relentless thunderstorms force us to drive at dawn. Pitch up and make the most of the mornings. Aspres is no exception. A beautiful crisp morning. ...

    Day 44. The City of Sisteron.

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... locals disregarded the heavily marked giant bays and even parked across the waste disposal area! Not a problem. We have become wise to city Aires and didn't need the water and waste options. We filled up and emptied at our free Aire in the sticks last night. They are the best ones and your happy to buy in their shops and use their facilities as they make so much effort to welcome you. I liked the old town of Sisteron ...

    A day of villages and mountains

    A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on Jun 03, 2015

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    We continued following our guide to Beautiful Villages of Provence and were never disappointed. Impossibly quaint and generally tiny - 5 minutes to explore each one! We saw very few people and the roads were quiet.
    The mountains were quite intimidating. We are simply not used to such hugeness. Soaring limestone massifs, steep sided canyons, lush valleys and tons of ...

    Visiting another country

    A travel blog entry by lalviano on Apr 04, 2015

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    After a horrid nights sleep, with 3 of us not well, we left Asti and drove towards the French border and the formidable Alps. We encountered quite a few tunnels that we had to drive through with some being over 5kms long. At least this saved us having to wind our way through the mountains. Once again there were snow capped mountains on either side of us.

    We entered into France and came across a little ski town in the French Alps that was covered in snow. Sophie ...

    Skiing the Slopes in the French Alps

    A travel blog entry by tonezf on Jan 01, 2015

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    ... ski shoes. On that note I don't know how people carry skis and poles and gloves etc around without looking like fumbling mumbling idiots. Seriously. Our guide "tweety" ran us through the basics. I didn't do too bad apart from crashing into my friend who had no travel insurance. Whoops. The days went on and I survived even managing to do a green run from the very top. We were trusted to accompany tiny 4-5 year old ski little persons on chair lifts. They ...