Le Vaussieux

Lieu dit Vaussieux, Vaux-sur-Seulles, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Vaux-sur-Seulles

Ireland, England, Normandy Review

A travel blog entry by abryan124

... I experienced the crazy Brit driver but other than that the French can drive! Even though I seemed to complain a lot about the traffic, I really did not mind it except for Saturday. I knew there was going to be a lot of people here and I embraced it and made sure I had snacks and other entertainment with me! As for dday celebrations, words cannot accurately describe my experience. As my Dad said last night, I just crossed off a huge part of my bucket list this week. I ...

Sunday Funday!

A travel blog entry by abryan124


... I am a local now, I got off at the next exit and took the backroads to skip traffic! I recognized some of the little villages from my previous adventures so I just kept on heading towards St Mere Eglise. Fortunately, I found it and immediately parked because I could see the thousands of people parking on the highway in order to get there! I started walking with the people and it felt like the turkey trot because we all were walking on a road and I ...

Between Utah and Omaha

A travel blog entry by nicolerpierce


... Beach to the right. There were six 155mm cannon in heavily reinforced concrete bunkers that were capable of hitting either beach with their big shells. On the outermost edge of the cliff, the Germans had an elaborate, well-protected outpost, where the spotters had a perfect view and could call back coordinates to the gunners at the 155s. Those guns had to be neutralized."

There were supposed to be 500 Army Rangers (2nd and ...


A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09


Even though we were going all day yesterday we still had more to explore of Normandy and all the sites important during the war and Dday. Today we woke up and Bryan couldn't wait to get out of our "sketchy" place. He was dressed and ready by 7:15. I thought the place was quant and nice but he does have impossibly high standards. The host had breakfast ready for us at 7:30 with coffee. It was probably the best coffee I had for weeks. We left soon after and went back to the same bakery ...

June 6, 1944

A travel blog entry by jeneric


... when we got to the front door at 6:05, it was unfortunately too late. We peered in the windows to see the B-26 bomber they have, and then went for a short stroll on the beach to take some time to absorb what happened there.

To say the day was one of quiet reflection would be an understatement - it was exceptionally moving and was a day that made us proud of the ideals our country is founded on and its allegiance to helping others even in the most terrible situations.


    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Vaussieux Vaux-sur-Seulles

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