Chateau de Pont-Rilly

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

What a whirlwind!

A travel blog entry by vicpark

3

... 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

4

... get a grasp on what took place. Our last stop was an American war cemetery. Here we were able to see movies with some war footage but mostly about the soldiers, putting some faces and life stories to the men and women who had died here. It was all well done, not too graphic for our kids but enough not to glorify war.

We walked through the cemetery which was pretty powerful to see so many crosses, rows and rows. The kids all noticed the precision with which each row of crosses had ...

Day at Sea

A travel blog entry by soultraveler01

Today I do my talk on Motown at 11.15, attendance was full and the talk was well received spend the day around the ship talking to passenger and went to the gym. Motown show on tonight, unfortunately 2 of the guys feeling the motion of the ocean, hopefully they'll be ok come show ...

Cherbourg

A travel blog entry by soultraveler01

Arrived at Cherbourg about 12 midday went out had a look around the port the first thing I noticed was the Art Deco terminal looks amazing and once through the terminal took 10 mins To walk into town and had a look around, quite a nice town. Heading to Portugal in the afternoon of the next day docked in Cherbourg due to weather ...

Why Do I Need 7 Forks?

A travel blog entry by janjen

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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 ...

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