Hotel De Provence

Address: 17 boulevard Thiers, Digne, Provence, 04000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 17 boulevard Thiers, Digne, is near Golf de Digne La Lavande.
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        Travel Blogs from Digne

        Climbers Paradise

        A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 22, 2015

        1 comment, 21 photos

        ... start our decent. Feeling inspired our imaginations brew with future plans of van renovations and climbing trips. By 13:00 our bikes are pulled over on the side of the road and we are hunting for a flat grassy patch for the tent. Successful in finding a spot we set up and get settled. We haul our sleeping pads, books and munchies to the rivers edge and spend the afternoon watching rafters float by. Looking at our map it may be these are our last few days in France. Italy here we ...

        Verdun Gorge and South of France

        A travel blog entry by hewittsontour on Jun 10, 2011

        3 comments, 10 photos

        ... our Urupukapuka camping excursions, but after our one week stint in our house in Provence, this put us back into our normal zone.

        Verdon is the place where plenty of people do all the adventure stuff like rock climbing, canyoning, paraponting, white water rafting and kayaking etc but we just watched. In hindsight should have done the rafting but Grade 2/3 rapids just didn’t sound ...

        Homesick in Southern France

        A travel blog entry by salerhand on Jun 27, 2009

        ... the cold would make it difficult to sleep, especially without the relative comfort of our tents. Having to get up in the middle of the dark night to pee did not make things any easier. But hey, the conditions in France posed no threat. I had certainly endured much tougher things in the army, not to mention first grade.

        This all sounds great, right? It sounds like I had a great time here in Provence? Well...I did not...for a number of reasons:

        1) ...

        Home Sweet Digne

        A travel blog entry by surrealcereal on Mar 14, 2007

        ... when I want to get to know the cities more intimately. I don't know if I could call myself "satisfied" with my trip-happy about the way things went, yes. Glad to have seen what I saw and meet the people I met, absolutely. But there is far too much left to say that I'm satisfied. The Australian Aborigines, I learned, have a tradition called the ...

        Jetlagged and homesick, again

        A travel blog entry by surrealcereal on Jan 21, 2007

        ... but I do. It's not as if I want to be wound up in the rat race or climbing any corporate ladders, and I don't think I'm greedy, either. I just want some security. Is that asking too much? I don't think so. And coincidentally, as I type this, the song "Hard Times" from Newsies has come up (appropriately) in my music rotation... High times, hard times, sometimes the livin' is sweet, and sometimes there's nothing to eat, but ...