Hotel De Provence

Address: 17 Boulevard Thiers, Digne, Provence, 04 000, 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

    White Water Rafting

    A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Jul 24, 2015

    This morning we woke up early again to be able to go to the lake. We got there, had a couple of hours to swim and sunbathe and then we left at 2:30. At 3:00 we arrived at the campsite and 15 minutes later we were on our way to white water rafting. The rafting was all the way down the verdon gorge. Max fell out right at the end and there was no access for 30km!! We all thoroughly enjoyed it. For dinner we had pizza (again!) and then went to ...


    A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Jul 22, 2015

    Today we left Die and arrived at Castellane at a campsite called Le Lavant. The route that we followed was actually part of the Tour De France route! When we arrived we set up the campervan, explored the town before heading back. We then decided that we wanted to swim in the lake or pool and seeing as they were both right next to one another, we decided to set off. It turns out that the river contained melt water so the water was absolutely freezing I ...

    The Amazing Colours of Provence

    A travel blog entry by hillmanfamily on Jul 17, 2010

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... situated in the heart of the world’s biggest vein of ochre. Ochre is bright orange and is quite similar to the colours you would see at Ayres Rock or the Grand Canyon. Ochre is a used as a pigment for paint. All the houses in the town are painted in various shades of orange and effect is quite beautiful. Next to the town is a walkway next to the cliffs and natural quarries where you can see the various shades of ...

    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 ...