Résidence Les Carlines

Address: Les Soldanelles, Les Orres, Provence, 05200, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Les Soldanelles, Les Orres.
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Travel Blogs from Les Orres

Risoul to Jausiers

A travel blog entry by chrisdace on Jun 19, 2015

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... Jausiers is a one restaurant town. However the food is good quality, good value although the portion sizes were ridiculously large. I don't understand why restaurants serve portions that are too big. It can't be good for their profits not their customers' waistlines.

Tomorrow is a big cycling day, la col de la Bonnette, and a 87 km ride to Roubion. I believe that includes nearly 20 of your English miles of cycling against the force of ...

Briançon to Risoul

A travel blog entry by chrisdace on Jun 18, 2015

15 photos

... Running low on chain oil, I may need to get some more.

We ate two huge chunks of juicy beef pavé with some rice and vegetables. What the auberge lacked in ambience, it made up for by the quality of its beef. According to our waiter, it's too early in the season for French tourists, apart from the retirees down on the med, who come to the mountains in June to escape the heat.

Another relatively easy day tomorrow, with just the Col de Vars to tackle en route to ...

Rest day!

A travel blog entry by chrisdace on Jun 17, 2015

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... there doesn't seem to be much else on offer in the modern part of the city.

The restaurant 'Spirit' hosted a folk group that travels throughout France by tractor. We clearly picked the place to stay in Briançon that had a bit of life to it. The only disadvantage was that it was quite noisy in our room for all the French chat downstairs in the bar.

If we had to, we could have probably cycled today, but it was really nice to give our legs a ...

Aussois to Briançon

A travel blog entry by chrisdace on Jun 16, 2015

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... to get a lot colder nearer the top, and we had to get our jackets on while we were still climbing. About 1 km from the top, cars have an option to take a tunnel through the mountain rather than going over the pass - it's not an option for bikes! That final ascent is really hard, especially in the rain. The gradient increases and, well, we were pretty tired by then.

Descending Galibier - a near death experience

Another kind soul took a few snaps of us ...

Zoom Zoom Zoom

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... Col and the ski area that is Val D’Isere looked pretty streak as well. But big and steep, nonetheless. D'Iseran is the highest pass in France.

We’ve taken photos of the signs on the Cols, the vistas and the roads that wind through these places. ...