Chambres D'Hotes De Carentan

Address: 26 rue de la 101eme Airborne, Carentan, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50500, France | B&B
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This B&B is located on 26 rue de la 101eme Airborne, Carentan.
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    Travel Blogs from Carentan

    An Old Tea Towel with Sewing On It

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Mar 30, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... year old cloth? Probably not. Niall, your girls might, but they have to like old stuff. Both of their parents are history teachers! But then again, do any 47 year old men get excited about the same? My hubby had already opted out, claiming it was a money saving proposition. Yeah, sure.

    Did I insist that the kids come with me? You betcha I did. After giving them the lecture that this is part of their education, they changed their ...

    Juno Beach-A History Lesson for All Canadians

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Mar 29, 2015

    11 comments, 6 photos

    ... anymore?

    As we walk, Jennifer finds a Canadian quarter on the ground beside a grave. It has clearly been blown off a gravestone. It is the quarter that has a poppy on it, suggesting we should never forget. I think that this is sometimes a hollow suggestion. I think it becomes more difficult, with each day that passes, that we ask children not to forget what they have never had an opportunity to see. Jennifer respectfully replaces the quarter to the ...

    Lest we Forget

    A travel blog entry by barbo on Jun 29, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... in five minutes. The aircraft's last contact came at 5.04am acknowledging a message from a controller, before falling silent. Eberspacher had been scrambled to patrol the Normandy coast in his Focke-Wulf 190 fighter in the early hours of D-Day as the wave of RAF bombers headed towards their target. The Lancaster had successfully bombed the gun emplacements at Pointe du Hoc and turned for home when their plane came under fire. English newspapers – ...

    Touring the Normandy Beaches and D-Day sites

    A travel blog entry by garypjackson on Jul 11, 2011

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... rapier in English). It was a quick walk from the hotel – with some classic food from Normandy – definitely a building from medieval times. What was even better than the food (I didn't know it was #1 on Trip Advisor in Bayeux) was meeting Ian and Robyn Abbott, from Perth, Australia. I was seated at the table right next to them, and we talked just about the entire meal, so you could say I ...

    Normandy: Leave the Jump Boots At Home!

    A travel blog entry by ehjelter on Apr 16, 2011

    20 photos

    ... absorb a fraction of the the history and culture from a short visit, follow the path of the Allied and German armies during the months of June-August 1944, visit some of the major cemeteries containing the casualties from this three month onslaught, retrace some of places observed on several previous visits into the region and generally absorb aspects of this picturesque part of the French nation.

    Each time I've been to France I've always been struck by how large this ...