Les 3 Marmottes

Address: Lus La Croix Haute, Rhône-Alpes, 26620, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Lus La Croix Haute.
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      Heading south, but slightly off piste......

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Oct 22, 2014

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      On a dull morning, we left Beaune and headed out onto the motorway, determined to head south for some sun. However, being us we couldn't just stick to the motorway, so we devised a cunning plan.......
      When we got to Lyon we headed off towards Geneva, then more south towards Grenoble.
      As we headed through the ...

      High Passes and Route Napoleon

      A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Oct 09, 2014

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      ... all day in this fabulous country I finally emerge onto the Route Napoleon just north of Gap. My road has taken me high up above the spectacular Lac du Sautet. It's a fast run now over to the unfortunately named town of Corps.

      I book in to the Hotel de la Poste where I order a simple evening meal which turns out to be quite the opposite. But I will save that tale for tomorrow.

      Col du Galibier

      A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 17, 2014

      ... vertical metres. We then went to a cafe in the town, we affectionately called Tassie Corner due to meeting other Tasmanians there. Pete and I took over kitchen duties, we chose a Gabriel Gate dish from the taste of the tour off sbs coverage of the tour. Chicken and champagne. Few more local wines and bed ! Ratha won the sprint to confirm the green, Mark P still in ...

      Village Notre Dame

      A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 16, 2014

      ... had an easy afternoon. Chuck then cooked salmon and vegetables in paper, it was great. A few local wines and beers and it was time for bed. The sleeping arrangements were a bit all over the place, Pete retreated to the lounge room, I slept in the kitchen to get away from the snoring. Ratha takes stage victory to confirm the green , Mark P still in ...

      Michelin - starred dining

      A travel blog entry by raymondc on Apr 27, 2003

      ... coquilles (three scallops with a crust made from pigs' trotters flavoured with cauliflower, an artichoke appetiser, monk-fish tail, goat cheese with salad, which was rather bland, and a dessert which was a kind of cream-cake with caramel pop-corn, unusual but very nice. Every dish showed great attention to detail and one of the waiters would come over and explain each dish to us in English. For the wine, we chose two half bottles of Provencal wine, a white and a ...