Villa Gaia

Address: 24 route de Nice, Digne, Provence, 04000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 24 route de Nice, Digne, is near Golf de Digne La Lavande.
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          Travel Blogs from Digne

          Climbers Paradise

          A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 22, 2015

          1 comment, 21 photos

          ... hours riding and 38kms in. It took us 2 hours to reach the summit of the Col de Ayne, reaching an altitude of 1031m. Just around the corner from the summit we stumbled across a mountain village full of climbers. We had known this area was well known for its climbing but had yet to come across any information or persons that played the part. Yesterday Kory had pointed out a young couple that didn't fit the tourist image we had been seeing lately and suggested they may be climber. He ...

          Day 13 - Corps to Digne Les Bains

          A travel blog entry by scootwilliams on Sep 16, 2013

          2 comments, 11 photos

          ... Napoleon. This was the road that Napoleon took when he returned to Paris with his army. We climbed the famous Col De Manse (used in this years Tour De France) and stopped at a lovely cafe at the top to regroup. After the morning climbs the lunch was needed and the quiche and pastries went down superb. The afternoon was fairly flat and fast with a few climbs so we reached ...

          The spectacular Gorge du Verdon

          A travel blog entry by yellowbike on Aug 14, 2011

          6 photos

          ... flew under the bed and then landed on the pillow next to me. I got frantic at this point and started shouting (under the sheet of course) "Get it out!" “What do you think I’m trying to bloody do” shot back the reply. “With no help from you” for good measure. At last, he landed on the window jamb. M picked him up (with his bike gloves on) and let him fly out into the night. Phew!! I don’t know what he’d do without me ...

          Homesick in Southern France

          A travel blog entry by salerhand on Jun 27, 2009

          ... us, but the water was absolutely freezing. Literally, if anybody had jumped out of the two-person ocean kayaks, especially with the sun already going down, he/shewould have definitely gotten frostbite. Okay, maybe that is an exaggeration, but the water was dangerously cold. I shared a kayak with the Hungarian guy who loved cycling and Lance Armstrong, so in all of our impromptu races with other kayaks, I would yell out to him ("Lance") that we had to "attack" and ...

          Jetlagged and homesick, again

          A travel blog entry by surrealcereal on Jan 21, 2007

          ... pays more. (Spoiler alert: more on this after the following paragraph.) I also finally managed to start my "English Language and American Culture" club and had a decent turnout for the first meeting, when we discussed what the kids would like to do. As for the subsequent meetings, I'll have to get a little more creative, but it's good to know that I have some enthusiastic students who I know will show up and make it worthwhile. ...

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