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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      And we're off!

      A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Nov 01, 2014

      7 comments, 2 photos

      'Leaving on a ferrryyyy, don't know when we'll be back again!'................

      We were awake early to catch the 8.30am ferry to Cherbourg, another beautiful day with thankfully calm seas as Mandy doesn't have great sea legs! Arrived in Cherbourg at 1.45 french time and had a 2 hour drive to a small town on the Brittany/Normandy border called Pontorson.


      After checking in at 'Camping Haliotis' we walked ...

      BAYEUX

      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... his as the legitimate king (he was illegitimate, you know). This was a very neat exhibit. It was supported by two floors of further exhibits that explained about the times and about the making of the tapestry. It is a wonder the tapestry is still around. One time it was used to cover goods in a cart; another time it was used to wrap up arms for shipments. We strolled around town and visited a huge church; this church was larger than Notre Dame. Finally, we ended the day on ...

      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 – ...

      Omaha Beach Experience

      A travel blog entry by ehjelter on Apr 20, 2011

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... br>
      Less than a dozen kilometres down the way and just where the D113 crosses over the N13 (on the south side) is the originally American cemetery at Cambe. However, this 18 acre ground is now occupied by over 20,000 graves of German dead which makes La Cambe the largest war cemetery in the region. It is on this site where lie the grenadiers of the German 352nd Division which was effectively destroyed as a combat unit by American forces at Saint-Lo.

      If you wish ...

      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 ...