Chateau de Pont-Rilly

Address: D62, Normandy, 50260 , France | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Normandy


    A travel blog entry by cooterbrown8 on Oct 06, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... at the same time. The pictures don't do it justice. Almost 10,000 Americans are buried there. We also went to the Canadian Center at Juno Beach. It rained off & on all day but we all walked around everything anyway. Very emotional day but I'm really glad we did the tour. By the time we muddled our way through the subway it was about 10 pm when we got back to the ...

    From Juno to Paris

    A travel blog entry by allsaints70dday on May 08, 2015

    42 photos

    ... of days.

    I would like to thank all the parents and families for their support of initiatives like this. I hope your children have enjoyed their time on trip. I know they will return with the obvious bags of souvenirs; but I also hope they return with memories they share with you about their experiences standing in the places where so many young men died defending the freedoms we uphold as paramount to our ...

    Wrapping it up at the beach

    A travel blog entry by jmcgehee12 on Dec 19, 2014

    48 photos

    ... than 5 years, hopefully, and I made him promise that he would keep the place open until I came back.

    By the time I had lunch and toured the museum there, it was almost dark and I was exhausted so I headed back to Bayeux, which is about 35-40 minutes from Sainte Mere Eglise. I walked around Bayeux a bit and it was a very nice little town. It has a river running through it and the streets are paved with cobblestones. The buildings ...

    Normandy Beaches

    A travel blog entry by anna.and.daniel on Nov 07, 2014

    1 comment, 84 photos

    ... dying from a stupid mistake. This is devastating story is only one of many.

    Utah - Utah beach was by all accounts the most successful landing. The most progress and least casualties. The rain had moved in in the afternoon so we were freezing standing listing to Magali about this beach. A few interesting facts about Utah was 1. The commander of Utah was Roosevelt who died the night after the invasion from a heart attack. 2. Utah ...

    In Which Several Long-Time Dreams are Fulfilled

    A travel blog entry by lquintil on May 30, 2014

    20 photos

    ... in the states, where the girls try a zillion foods and beg me to buy them, only to refuse to eat them later!)

    We stopped for some crepes (and a burger for J and Z) at a scenic roadside stand.

    Then we headed on to Arromanches. This was part of the British offensive, the center of Gold beach, and while it missed the brunt of the fighting, it was where the allies off-loaded some 2.5 million men, 500,000 vehicles, and 4 million tons of ...