Hotel La Grande Eperviere

Address: 18 avenue des Trois Freres Arnaud, Barcelonnette, Provence, 04400, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 18 avenue des Trois Freres Arnaud, Barcelonnette.
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    Travel Blogs from Barcelonnette

    Over the hill to Italy!

    A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 25, 2015

    27 photos

    ... and all the drivers are pulled over sitting at a bar having a beer and lunch. The cars are parked and covered, one is un-covered but has tape over the model name. Liking the feel of the town we pop into the municipal campground, the price was right so we set up camp for the night. This town was a bit more lively than the past few we had seen in our last days in France. I was excited and curious to see what an Italian pasterria was going to be like, it didn't take my sniffer ...

    Lost pots and passes

    A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 24, 2015

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... tomorrow morning. Isola does have a 24h un-manned gas service station, credit card only. I opted we fill our fuel container up and use the credit card for our 1€ purchase. We pay more at home for a specialty Starbucks coffee. At least with a full fuel canister we get guaranteed coffee in the morning and hot teas tonight, wherever we might end up! After lunch and fuel fill up we swing past the grocery/tobacco store one last time, it's still closed! ...

    This road looks comfy!

    A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 23, 2015

    28 photos

    ... toured around the walled city and contemplated climbing the stairs to the fort on top the hill. Deciding instead to park at a busy bench along the side walk,set up our portable kitchen, make coffee, and have lunch. During our lunch we pull out the maps and calculate our distances to the Gorge, to the Alps, and to Italy. Aware that each event is quickly approaching and we only have a loose game plan in place we conclude it is best to keep today short and rest ...

    The Road Never Travelled

    A travel blog entry by cndashton on Sep 16, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    Any word beginning with col is henceforth banned from my vocabulary. Col; colonoscopy; anyone called Colin...

    Today I've been up too many cols to count.

    Post Alpe d'Huez I was hoping for a gentle ride but this stage was the toughest yet. An Alpine tunnel had collapsed which meant a detour by bus into unchartered territory. No map sheet - just 101k with 2,200m of climbing. The early rain passed and off ...

    Off to the Alps but first a little chocolate .....

    A travel blog entry by taniachessy on Sep 15, 2015

    14 photos

    What a day! Started with a chocolate tasting at Guido Gobino OMG how incredibly delicious it was. Giandulia (hazelnut) now has new meaning for me. We then headed to Eataly, the most amazing foodie supermarket you've ever seen. From meats, hams, fish, cheese, vegetables, beers , wines etc ETFs After the delights of Eataly , we headed for the Alps, about 2 hours drive from Turin. A twisty, windy road brought us to 1600 meters where Castel Magno cheese is ...