Hotel Castillan

Address: Le Village, La Grave, Provence, 05320, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Le Village, La Grave.
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          Travel Blogs from La Grave

          Take car on holiday, take trouble

          A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 25, 2015

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          Euromaster Pneus, Place du Champs de Foire, 4.30pm

          I am sitting outside a garage waiting for my car's tyre to be fixed. I just discovered it was going flat. Not what you really want on holiday but serves me right for ignoring the shiny metal thing I saw lodged in there a ...

          Cappuccino without chocolate

          A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 23, 2015

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          ... has been well determined for ages and is pragmatically too difficult to bother fighting over, unlike say in northern France.

          And the cars. It’s Fiats everywhere here. As opposed to Renaults, Peugeots and CitroŽns and a mixture of others. I conclude Italian folk are very patriotic when it comes to their transport. The other difference, which I am sure is coincidental, is the weather. In ...

          A knife display in McDonalds

          A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 22, 2015

          ... leads me to two possibilities – my feet smell really bad or someone has urinated. Yuck.

          There’s a great big display case by the tills in here, with different Opinel knives contained within. There’s an Opinel museum in Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne. You can tell that this handy pocket knife is a much-loved icon of the area. ...

          Doing a recce

          A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 22, 2015

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          ... I could not reach the top on a bike I had borrowed for the afternoon. I was only a couple of miles short but the muscles in my legs had run out of capacity, shall we say. So I’ve come for a recce before I attempt the same ride this week. ...

          An epic day of climbing

          A travel blog entry by mikenmp on Aug 18, 2015

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          ... to go easy given the gradient. Lacets du montvernier was climbed for the first time in the history of the Tour de France this year, and because it is so steep and narrow, no spectators were allowed on that part of the course. It has been described as looking like a piece of spaghetti stuck to a wall. After a short descent, we rode through St Michel de Maurienne to start the 12km climb to the Col ...