Résidence Les Carlines

Les Soldanelles, Les Orres, Provence, 05200, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Les Orres

Parlez Vous Parking Fines?

A travel blog entry by kathyducker

... 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. ...

From Snow to MORE snow (& marmots?)

A travel blog entry by kathyducker

... or otters or what!! Nicholas says they are Marmots. Google agrees with him and describes them as large and squirrel like. Mmmmmm. Anyway they were absolutely marvellous to see and I wish I had my camera. We went back to the same restaurant as Friday. They are fantastic. Brent and Nicholas shared a fondue experience. It smelled awful to me. Now we sit here with the fire going in July. Might as well be at home. We came here for an extended ...

Wed 18 June/DAY 4 - Le Bourg-d'Oisans to Gap

A travel blog entry by timsparling

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... run into Gap.

This worked out...let's go with "well enough". Turned off N85 onto D14 and followed the signs to Col de Manse, which was at the end of a stretch of quiet roads past several farms. By then the rain had started, first as just spitting but then actual light rain. We stopped for a few minutes at the col for Linda to put on every dry glove she had before a swift descent along the wide departmental road D944, then along the lower half of the ...

Le Bourg-d'Oisans to Gap

A travel blog entry by timsparling

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... started out with the expectation of rain and cold, and during the course of the day we saw a little of everything except snow--it did get cool enough to see our breath. The first part of the ride was up the Col d'Ornon which involved climbing from about 700 m to 1367 m over the course of about 15 km. Thankfully it was not as tough a climb as yesterday, but a number of us were pretty beat, so it felt tough. We had a wonderful descent ...

Just a Fair-Weather Cyclist (98km)

A travel blog entry by thebaz

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... of a valley before climbing not-so-gently (10%) prior to easing off for the final push to the summit. Unfortunately, as one of the faster climbers I had to wait a full half-hour at the top for the last rider to arrive and the group to coalesce, during which time I cooled off sufficiently that I had to don my jacket. Mind you, I also decided to apply sunscreen, as the weather had finally started to improve. With everyone present and ...

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