Hotel l'Ours Blanc
Photos of Hotel l'Ours Blanc
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel l'Ours Blanc Allos
Travel Blogs from Allos
... mountains in bright sunshine. Still on the D85 heading For Gap, then Sisteron and hopefully Castellane.
Most of these photos were taken from the moving MH so may be a bit blurred, ...
... is closed on Wednesdays). It seems to be the only other commercial establishment in this tiny village. There are plenty of signs of restoration occurring on the ancient houses that sit all higgledy-piggedly in the tiny lanes and arched tunnels that connect the village together
I fall asleep reflecting on the serendipity that has brought me to this place.
... we had bought at the market in Avingnon. What fun we had going to the market! And what total luck that we stumbled on it, thinking it was merely a grocery store and entering to find a bustling scene packed with people, noise and all kinds of food from fresh fish and veggies to spices, desserts, and everything in between. We walked around taking it all in, choosing items to buy for our dinner medley.
After the market we had ...
The rabbit was super tasty, and I finished off Sams that she could not eat (we got a serving for 4). I would have given it close to a 10 except that it was ever so slightly too salty, and maybe could have done with a little extra sauce/juice but the rabbit was lovely and juicy/tender, and had lovely flavours. It worked well as an easy dinner and was super tasty with the baguette we bought, which was also well and truly up ...
After an amazing stay in the Le Grand Hotel with the bike safely stored in the garage I set off early with no breakfast or coffee which is unusual. It's fair to say the town of Barcelonnette in France left a good impression on me. An old city but with a vibrance and not too touristy. I was infatuated with the old town and every street directed your gaze to the close mountains and the narrow streets framed the views encouraging yet more photos. I was keen to ride the highest road ...