La Naomath

Address: 17 rue de la Cartoucherie, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | B&B
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          Travel Blogs from Bayeux

          Day Fourteen - the weight of history

          A travel blog entry by hlcombs on Oct 22, 2015

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          ... m sure there was more in the museum I could have looked at but I was a little short of time. I was just glad I got a student discount because entry was 8€ or $12 normally. I got in for 4€ or $6. Worth it!

          From there I practically ran to get to the D-Day tour. Now, my knowledge of the invasion is not as wide as I would like. I didn’t even know about Pointe Du Hoc which seems like an event everyone should know about. But again, I get ahead of myself. My ...

          Day 1 - Normandy and D Day tour

          A travel blog entry by simonsueroute66 on Aug 28, 2015

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          ... the brave who fought for peace and our future. Lets not waste it eh? 19.30hrs. Arrive in Bayeux town. My favourite. Booked in our home for the night. A beautiful French manor with high ceilings and wooden floors. A great start to our French adventure. Bliss Off to find a nice restaurant. Hungry...... Food. Beer. ...

          St Malo to Bayeux

          A travel blog entry by dles3222 on Jun 20, 2015

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          ... The aerial bombings prior to landing dropped their bombs about 1 km inland, thus doing no damage to the German defenses. A heavily fortified bunker area with experienced German troops met the invasion. Raking machine gun fire across the 4 km of beach, maybe 500 m wide at low tide. Heaviest US casualties were from soldiers drowning when the landing craft hit sand bars at mid tide ...

          Juno Beach

          A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Aug 01, 2013

          17 photos

          ... had a section destroyed in both walls with the rubble on the inside. This seemed to indicate it was caused by a trajectory, probably from the same battle. Seeing that ruined piece of wall gave me chills. Our final stop was at the Canadian cemetery of Beny sur Mer. Approximately 2300 victims of the Battle of Normandy are buried here. I was able to find Darren's relative,William Adams' grave with no problem. Even though he was not related to me, ...


          A travel blog entry by clarkfamilytrek on May 30, 2012

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          ... hit some of the D-Day beaches and museums. Here in Arromanches there is a small museum that gives the history of the role the town played. The allies built a floating deep water port here and you can see many of the Phoenix Cassions that were used to form the breakwater out in the water today. Many of the floating capsules that made the roadway for off loading heavy vehicles can be found on the beach. The museum is filled ...