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

A Fitting Testament

A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 16, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... br> We few, we happy few, we band of brothers . . ."

Walking down from the cemetery to the beach, you can't help notice it was so, so far from the water's edge to the bluffs with no nowhere to hide. It is extraordinary that anyone made it to the bluffs, let alone climbed to the top.



I happened upon a young French couple and their two small children. They asked me to take their photograph and reciprocated. ...

A Welcome Quiet

A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 15, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

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I crested a hill near Arromanches to catch my first glimpse of the Atlantic Ocean below and Gold Beach, now so serene, seventy years ago so violent. I enjoyed a long descent to the sea with the wind at my back, not a care in the world (other than the somewhat squishy brakes Francois might want to tighten ...

Island in the sun

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

... in batches, as each bus was already full by the time they reached us at the last stop before the I abbey, so only a few could squeeze on at once. Alternatively, there is also a walking platform from the village to the abbey, but that would take at least an hour and we weren't given that option. Eventually we all gathered and started the "200 or 300" step climb to the top (it was 357). We passed the cemetery where the guide told us everyone who lives on ...

Bayeux.

A travel blog entry by narabouts on Jun 24, 2014

9 photos

... and was recommended in one of the leaflets we picked up at the campsite. What an informed choice! We had the menu du jour, which consisted of local produce - pork pâté, followed by pork casserole topped with mashed potato and rounded off with baked apple and cream for dessert. Anthea had read somewhere about Le Trou Normand, which roughly translated means the Normandy hole or gap. When we enquired, the ...

The Bayeux Tapestry

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen on Apr 11, 2014

71 photos

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For my nerdy self, this was pretty darn cool and the hour that we had in the museum was NOT enough! But for a fiber artist like myself, it was very cool to see a piece of art that was embroidered by fellow fiber artists nearly 1000 years ago with wool that they sheared, spun and dyed by their hand. I might add that is still intact today! Amazing!!

So to give you a bit of a history on it. ...