Hotel Restaurant L'Equipe

Address: Route de Saint Veran, Molines-en-Queyras, Briançon, Provence, 05350, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Route de Saint Veran, Molines-en-Queyras, Brianšon, is near Avoriaz Ski Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Brianšon

Elephants, Kraken, Kebabs... Oh my.

A travel blog entry by sam.pinsak on Feb 07, 2015

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... as I went to both the US Mission to the UN and the World Health Organization! The program took us to the US Mission on Wednesday, and we listened to Meg Riggs, who I think is the Deputy of Public Affairs for the Mission, talk to us about diplomatic work, the difference between a Mission and bilateral diplomacy, how she balanced being a diplomat with having two kids, and her favorite projects she has taken part of. She was a very good ...

Courmayeur

A travel blog entry by ohwanderlust on Jan 30, 2015

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On our way to Milan we decided to stop by the infamous Courmayeur for a couple of hours. We weren't disappointed! Although Courmayeur wasn't as big and appealing as Chamonix it was a picturesque town with ...

Chamonix, the ultimate ski resort

A travel blog entry by ohwanderlust on Jan 27, 2015

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... flickering on the pist maps. There was only one slope left open in Les Grands Montets area and it wasn't groomed at all. So after having skied there twice we took off our ski boots (which is another big trouble) and we drove off to Brevent-Flegere once again. It was time for la Flegere that day. Most of the pistes were closed there too but ...

Parlez Vous Parking Fines?

A travel blog entry by kathyducker on Jul 08, 2014

... to pay our parking fine. 35€ for parking on the footpath while the medieval fete was on. I finally found it and my "Parlez-Vous Anglais" met with a resounding "Non!" Oops. This was going to be fun. Anyway, we got there. They could only accept a French cheque. I didn't have one. I hadn't go to a tobacconist in town and buy a stamp which covered the fine then stick it on and post it in. All in sign language and my touch of French. ...

Last Snowboard of the Season

A travel blog entry by hawkness on Mar 04, 2014

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My only complaint is that much of the lower areas of the mountain had to artificial snow added to it which made it doable, but not by much. It was solid ice with a fluffy frosting on top that would move with you instead of giving traction. The first couple of falls hurt enough to make the idea of falling again frightful, and being scared to fall tends to result in falling more ...