Le Fond de la Cour

29 Rue Eugene Boudin, Honfleur, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14600, France | B&B
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This B&B, located on 29 Rue Eugene Boudin, Honfleur, is near Saint Catherine's Church, Le Pont de Normandie, Naturospace, and Satie House and Museum (Maisons Satie).
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Travel Blogs from Honfleur

Normandy

A travel blog entry by levos on Sep 10, 2014

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... the guns still intact and went to the American cemetery overlooking Omaha beach. We also went to the artificial harbour built at Arromanches which had to be seen to be believed. It was a long day (as it was a day trip from Paris) but we saw a learnt so much that it was really worth the time and effort. Also, it meant we didn't have to follow the girls on their shopping ...

Le Havre's and le have nots

A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Sep 07, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... area. It was serenely quiet which is quite a contrast from the mournful and constant calls of the seagulls at Juno Beach. We meandered back to the ship along the coastal road through many a small seaside resort town. And what beautiful beaches they have in this area. Villers-sur-Mer, Trouville-sur-Mer, Honfleur, small town after small town, all with equally beautiful waterfronts. We stopped in Deauville with our new friends and enjoyed a wee drink, and some ...

Normandy

A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Sep 06, 2014

2 comments, 29 photos

... shallow water. They also towed over huge concrete forms that they filled with water to help create a place to tie up the ships. They then installed floating piers that held up bridges, connected them together and ran them all the way to shore. They went out 800 yards into the ocean. The smaller ships could tie up to the end and drive tanks, trucks, jeeps and artillery all ...

We're back!!

A travel blog entry by skippyroo on May 25, 2014

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We visited Honfleur a couple of years back and it is just as magical now as it was then.

We're staying a couple of days, relaxing and exploring the wonderful streets.

There's very few visitors in the inner basin - we're pretty much moored up in the same spot as last time.

We're hoping to head off in a few days heading west, but the wind is proving to be on the nose (as usual). We're thinking of taking the boat to Caen via the lock and canal.


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Honfleur, Trouville, Deauville & Jumeiges

A travel blog entry by tandc2007 on Jun 18, 2013

5 photos

... some of the 100 – 150 year old mansions that line this coast – there has certainly been some money spent here over the past couple of hundred years!! We end up in the twin resort towns of Trouville and Deauville – the former a slightly worse for wear version of its late 1800’s upmarket self, but still more appealing than the mammoth, faux turn of the century, modern version its neighbour presents ...