Chateau de Pont-Rilly

D62, Normandy, France | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Normandy

Leaving the UK, Stage Two

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty


... industrial, admittedly, but having had the most impressively loaded pizzas we'd ever seen (yes, I know, couldn't be less French, but the French aren't great for veggies) and a stroll around the town in the sun it seems a lot more charming than it did last time.

Tomorrow we're heading for Jersey, which will be a rather more challenging sail (and another early start), so we're keeping our fingers crossed for more stable weather.

À bientôt for now!

What a whirlwind!

A travel blog entry by vicpark


... displays and moving visuals. Later we visited a Canadian war memorial Beny sur Mer and walked between the rows of buried Canadian soldiers. Next we traveled to a Norman Abby where Canadian POWs were executed by German SS troops. Lastly, our group made its way to the city of Caen where we will stay one night before departing to Vimy Ridge ...

November 23rd - Normandy Beaches

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan


... even twinkling with lights. We later learned this happens each hour on the hour.

We found our accommodation remarkably easy, thanks to Ro's precision driving and some signs pointing us to it. We’re staying in a cabin in a camp ground on the river siene. The Eiffel tower can be seen from a window, but only just. Unfortunately I now have a cold, so Ro made dinner with our limited supplies and soon we were all in bed. Ro planned out our days in Paris and enjoyed having internet ...

Why Do I Need 7 Forks?

A travel blog entry by janjen


Today was the D-Day tour. We met our tour guide in Bayeux and we set out for Arromanches. This was the site of the British Mulberry Harbors - floating supply stations that were secretly built in England and dragged to the harbor on Gold Beach to speed up the unloading process. The floating harbors were assembled like a jigsaw puzzle to create 6 miles of flexible steel roadways (aka pontoons). We walked on ...


A travel blog entry by travelinglisa


... via bus, train, another bus… it was a long day and in retrospect I’d have planned it much differently. We had planned to go back into Paris that night to hang out, but we were just too exhausted. So instead we left our budget hotel and walked over to the Hyatt for a nice dinner and some wine. Anyway, there we ran into the same couple we’d met in Honfleur a few days earlier-small world!

It was hard to say goodbye to Deb :(

Next-the Loire ...

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