La Naomath

Address: Cheimn sur l'Erbage 14400 Hameau de damignyst martin des entres, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | B&B
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This B&B, located on Cheimn sur l'Erbage 14400 Hameau de damignyst martin des entres, Bayeux, is near Museum of the Bayeux Tapestry (Musee de la Tapisserie de Bayeux), Musee Baron Gerard, and Lace Conservatory in Hotel du Doyen (Dentelle de Bayeux).
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      Island in the sun

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

      ... of Brittany to the Pyrenees, was her dowry. This left one-third of France English-owned and was one of the roots of the Hundred Years War between France and England. This resulted in Normandy being sacked, but not Mont St-Michel. The English stood at the gates of the abbey, but they couldn't get in. It was an impenetrable fortress until the French Revolution, when the monks were arrested and imprisoned. We arrived near the mont at noon. We filed ...


      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... tapestry? It depicts the story of the events that led up to the battle of Hastings in 1066 when William the Conquerer (aka the *******) defeated the Saxons and claimed the Kingdom of England. There was intrigue as there were three pretenders to the crown (pretenders are ones not direct heirs of the king, but if there are no real heirs, they claim the kingdom based on some ancestral connection). William ended up on the throne, but his reign was not steady as most Englishmen did ...


      A travel blog entry by ellenanddale on Sep 08, 2014

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      ... of Caen found refuge in the church; on the rooftop there was a red cross, made with blood on a sheet, to show that it was a hospital (to avoid bombings). We continued on our drive to Bayeux and once we arrived we dropped our bags at the hotel and were picked up by our guide for the afternoons tour of the Normandy beaches, site of the D-Day landings. Our first stop was at Pointe du Hoc, an area the Germans fortified with concrete casements and ...

      D-Day Beaches

      A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... to hear about during our tour.
      After Pont du Hoc, our next stop was the first “valley” of Omaha Beach. A wave of emotion and patriotism swept over us when we saw American flags over the beach waving in the Normandy wind – the people here are very pro-American and, of course, the US has multiple monuments and markers that the French government allowed us to place.
      Omaha Beach is 3.5 miles long and has 5 natural “valleys” (often called ...

      On the Road again

      A travel blog entry by dresselhuis on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... had driven into the wrong house and therefore had to wander a bit in order to find the actual place where we were supposed to stay. With the new address, we were informed to turn onto a quaint little road which had a beautiful house at the end of it. Confident that we had once more arrived at the incorrect location, we drove down the boulevard until we were greeted by our contact, Marie. We could not believe that we were staying here on such ...