Hotel Fons Regina

Address: 13 avenue de Fontreyne , Gap, Provence, 5000, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 13 avenue de Fontreyne , Gap, is near La Joue du Loup and National Park of the Écrins.
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Travel Blogs from Gap

A day of villages and mountains

A travel blog entry by europeantour13 on Jun 03, 2015

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... through the village, it climbs the Col d'Allos for 10km. We wound our way up its hairpin bends with increasingly great views of the valley below and up into the very alpine crest. What torture it must be to race up this mountain. As with all the big hill climbs we drive in France and Spain, we see bike riders of all ages. At the pass atop this climb, a younger couple ...

A summary so far

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on May 28, 2015

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We have been travelling for 12 weeks. During that time we have only ever been on our own in an aire or car park overnight, once. We have visited 7 campsites, one back garden ( or front garden depending on one's viewpoint) and spent the rest of the time on Aires de Services de Camping-car. We have travelled 2140 miles in Monty, and averaged 23.7 mpg, doing an average of 28mph. Most of that time we have been ...

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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... with the driver and one rear. That's it. The busiest time of year in France with thousands itching to get to the slopes. And more transport strikes as the workers would rather be on holiday. After a few hours standing on the platform with many other puzzled travellers a larger train arrives and we depart. It was a slow grind and a complete halt at one point as it was snowing outside. YES REAL SNOW!! Our entertainment was the rudest elderly French lady I ...

Gaining weight and losing dignity.

A travel blog entry by emezzy on Dec 25, 2014

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... we weren't total wreckages and did gain some early confidence. When a green run turned blue and we were faced with several rather steep drops, ridiculously considered 'slopes' the talked about confidence quickly disappeared. Ploughing wasn't going to get us through that though and at this point Tori, I began to reconsider your quote 'nothing great was ever achieved staying in your comfort Zone'. As to conquerer this one, we actually needed to ...