Le Chateau de Cottun

Cottun, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cottun

Trouble with Travels...

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen

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... up and stops. I stand in front of the door and nothing happens. Finally the tram goes on it's merry way, leaving me in at the stop. I am stunned. Why didn't the door open? They always open? It's automatic right? How do I get the door to open? So full of incredulity, I turn to the man sitting behind me and ask in french what happened?
He says, you have to open the door yourself. I said what? He said you have to open it. I said every time ...

Oh the humanity of it all....

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen

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Hello Everybody,
I haven't written in a while, because as you probably saw on my Facebook posts, I have been terribly ill with the French Influenza. They call it the "grippe." I think this is a perfectly appropriate name for it since the name alone seems to evoke all the inherent misery in having the flu, french or otherwise. I think it is a much better name for it than the American version-Influenza. Its such a ...

WW2 and William the Conqueror

A travel blog entry by browntravelco

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We heading into the city of Caen this morning and split up as Dan went to an excellent WW2 museum and Ella and I went to William the Conquerors Castle and the Bakery (of course!). Also finding a little shopping on the way...never did any harm!! Ended up on the coast again in a little town, Hermanville sur Mer and a nice walk to the seaside. This region has a lot of history as it is here in June 1944 where the ...

COUNTRY BUMPKINS HIT ROADS OF FRANCE!!!

A travel blog entry by darylheather

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... suspension bridge to arrive in the picturesque fishing village of Honfleur. We felt like we had really arrived in France, particularly loving the old buildings and the atmosphere of the streets and the Vieux Bassin, a sheltered port - outdoor eateries, and boutiques right around its square perimeter. It was hard to leave this beautiful town but Florence guided us on to Bayeux. We had a stroll around the ...

Normandy

A travel blog entry by marjen13

... and an intercom but when the gates opened it was to see a beautiful three storey stone building. Apparently it was built in the 1700's as a hunting lodge and was at that time/just outside of the walls of the town. Our hosts were welcoming and we were well looked after. Walked down town to look around and eventually have dinner. Restaurants don't open till after 7 for dinner!! We took ...

 

TripAdvisor Reviews Le Chateau de Cottun

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding