Ferme de la Rosiere

Address: 16 Route de Bayeux-La Rosiere, Tracy-sur-Mer, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14117, France | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Tracy-sur-Mer

Beaches of Normandy

A travel blog entry by jeranderson on Jul 12, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... was visiting from Utah. What a small world! Then we went to part of Gold Beach, which was taken by British forces, and walked around for a bit. It had really interesting, weird things that were half covered in sand. We think they were sunken boats, but we couldn't know for sure. Then we had a lunch of french fries (we had french fries in France! How cool is that?!) , chocolate crepes, Nutella crepes, sandwiches, and ...

World War II - D-Day

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 09, 2015

36 photos

... display of memorabillia. A highlight of the tour was an airdrop simulator, where we were given the mission briefing and then loaded onto our aircraft for the flight over the channel, being shot at with antiaircraft guns, finally making the jump zone and later crash landing. This new attraction was well done.

However, the highlight of our visit to 'Dead-Man's Corner' was visiting the actual house, which still stands today, that is located right ...

Island in the sun

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

... is buried. That's strange, because I thought they would have to die first. She also told us the nuns live in the village outside and only the monks live at the abbey, yet in 2011 we were told only nuns lived there. The abbey is an incredible feat of architecture. It was built on a pyramid-shaped rock. The point is in the nave and a platform is built on top of that, supported by crypts of people who died during the time of construction. We walked ...

Living History

A travel blog entry by fourherrings on Jul 25, 2014

28 photos

... Two other museum visits were divided by a drive to Arromanches beach to see the remains of the British "Mulberry Harbour" just offshore & a film of archival footage from the landings. We ended the day with a walk around the British war cemetery in town where there are graves of many nations including Australian, Canadian, Polish ........ the memorial reads " We, once conquered by William, have now set free the conqueror's native ...

Day 29 - Bayeux, France

A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 26, 2014

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Up at 4:30 this morning. Who made these travel plans anyway? Oh, I did. In that case they were brilliant......lol. Anyway, checked out of the hotel at 5:45 to get to our train. The taxi driver didn't speak English, but that was OK. After three hours sleep neither did I. Train station was virtually empty at that time of day, but we managed to get on the right train going to Caen. Two hours speeding across the French country side looking at nothing that resembled Paris. However, ...