Manoir De La Riviere Bed and Breakfast

Address: , Gefosse-Fontenay, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14230, France | B&B
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This B&B, located on , Gefosse-Fontenay, is near Pointe du Hoc, Utah Beach D-Day Museum, Utah Beach, and Maisy Battery.
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    Arromanches les Bains

    A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... France. All well done but always when I see war situations I lament at the huge loss of life. We hopped on our bikes and explored the little village where you can still see huge concrete buttresses in the sea and where they built massive roadways from out at sea into the town to get all the vehicles in from the ships. You can see one of these in my photo but they were end to end and they brought them all ...

    WWII -- Second Day

    A travel blog entry by cindyrooks on May 20, 2015

    ... the Visitors Center with computers where you could search for any soldier. There are about 10.000 graves with a small memorial for those that could not be identified. The movie introduced about 6 men to us and read their last letters home and described their personal situation. There was a doctor who had just volunteered for field hospital duty on this battle and died a few days later in Saint Lo, he had not even told his wife ...

    We Split the Sheets . . .

    A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Oct 06, 2014

    88 photos

    ... but an embroidery. This incredibly beautiful piece of artwork is nearly 230 feet long! It depicts the Norman conquest of England -- think William the Conqueror. The earliest known reference to the tapestry is in 1476 -- 18 years before Christopher Columbus "discovered" America. It is possible the tapestry was completed about 1066 -- and is still intact. Quite lovely, and ...

    Living History

    A travel blog entry by fourherrings on Jul 25, 2014

    28 photos

    ... Mer Eglise, Utah Beach, Le Pointe du Hoc & Omaha Beach. St Mer Eglise was the village where the paratrooper John Steele landed on the church steeple & hung there for several hours during the fighting for the town. There's a model of him hanging from the church & a great museum which contains a representation of how it might have felt in the plane & then to make a parachute jump over the village under fire & ...

    Day 29 - Bayeux, France

    A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 26, 2014

    28 photos

    ... the block twice. Now finding printouts. I've now named the GPS unit "Blondie", because it doesn't have a clue. Anyway, after a year I can probably drive this in my sleep. Time for my bucket list days. Our first stop on my Normandy tour is Pegasus Bridge. This was taken by British paratroopers in the early morning hours of D-Day. It was a very cool stop with the original bridge, and all kinds of military *********** display. I started asking Donna as soon as we left the car if ...