Hotel Le Vieil Amandier

Montee de St Roch , Trigance, Provence, 83840, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Montee de St Roch , Trigance.
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    Travel Blogs from Trigance

    Cycling Haute Provence

    A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Sep 23, 2014

    8 photos

    ... a bypass which Several of us took which was for the best as we had a glorious ride along the river and into Digne. The expected traffic did not materialize and the scenery was breathtaking.

    Day 5 and more climbing was anticipated. It's hard to avoid in this area. I must admit that I was feeling tired and managed to take a liitle oops off my bike at practically a standstill. I ended up with a scraped knee and a bit of a sore arm and a trip in the support van up all ...

    Checking out Rousillon and Gorges du Verdon

    A travel blog entry by ronandkathy on Jul 25, 2012

    4 comments, 27 photos

    ... at the restaurant, Fon Fon.
    Fifi led us out of Marseille on a gorgeous, Provence summer morning and we were soon at the Gorges du Verdon. This, well protected natural wonder is a spectacle to behold, well worth the day it takes to drive around its rim. Sheer, grey granite cliffs rise a couple thousand feet from the clear water river at the bottom. Large birds of prey silently ride the air currents. We saw a ...

    The Grand Canyon of Europe and other discoveries

    A travel blog entry by gondorhobbit on Aug 28, 2010

    134 photos

    ... Ste-Marie. Another cute old medieval village in a country full of them, this one is notable for several reasons. Between the two large cliffs that are the backdrop of this town is suspended a man-sized gilded star. According to legend it was placed there by a knight fulfilling a religious vow upon his return from the Crusades. Up innumerable steep and slippery steps (slippery because the marble has been worn smooth by thousands of pilgrims over ...

    Gambling and smelling nice

    A travel blog entry by andrewhegerty on Jul 01, 2010

    ... and I wanted a smaller car. Getting a smaller car was not a priority for Hertz they decided that seeing they had a car with Italian plates and we were going to Italy, we were taking it with us. To set the record straight I booked a Class B car which is an equivalent of a Yaris. They upgraded me to a class J.

    I had said all along on the holiday that I would love to drive an Alfa Romeo but had never had an inkling to buy one. ...

    Perfume and gambling

    A travel blog entry by cynthiahegerty on Jul 01, 2010

    ... some weight. We became the proud owners of some more camping supplies and a Frisbee – Liz I have been practicing and can now catch and throw the thing!

    30 minutes later we were repacked with every item in the car rebagged. We headed into Hertz Nice to farewell Wagner and meet our new hire car. As we were on our way to Italy and back to 2 people we order a small car. I sat and minded the bags whilst the boys undertook the administration. Alvin ...