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, Utah Beach D-Day Museum, and Maisy Battery.
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    Travel Blogs from Gefosse-Fontenay

    Cruise Day 7 - Cherbourg

    A travel blog entry by argyles on Oct 30, 2015

    ... were late. The whole city came out to wave us good bye! Children were shouting "Bon Voyage" as we were thrusting off. It was Ventura's first call at Cherbourg! I was stood with a Welsh flag so I could try and spot myself in some photos! Overnight we were doing laps of the English Channel as the captain had allowed 14 hours to cover a 4 hour journey. Neither of us slept very well and at around 2am we could hear the collection of ...

    In just 24 hrs !!!

    A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Jul 18, 2015

    8 photos

    ... was purring like a kitten once more. We were lucky we spotted so quickly and managed to turn the engine off before it blew on us, so no big repair bill or time lost so everything started looking rosy again. We were now 5 hours behind Peter & Hetty the couple who left with us so we decided instead of waiting for the next day we would ride the tide to St Vaast wait for a few hours then catch the tide again into Cherbourg, we couldn't ...

    Juno Beach-A History Lesson for All Canadians

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Mar 29, 2015

    11 comments, 6 photos

    ... is not. This is our commitment to an education for ourselves and our children. There are many fun, beautiful, and amazing things to see in the world, but they don't mean anything if we don't know about the dark and difficult aspects of our history and strife which have allowed us to attain such privilege and comfort; none of us have witnessed war and we hope not to in the future.

    Leur nom vit pour les generations. Their name liveth for evermore.

    We miss home!

    Crying in Paris

    A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... friend from the bus recognised us and waved back! Alex's hat just stands out!!!

    This is where it is so ridiculous, as the opening event was spectacular, but the organisers either can't, or are simply not interested, in helping people get to, or even get in and out of venues very easily! When it finished, we went out looking for taxis and did not see a single one, so we went for plan B and to the parking area to see if we could find the Bayeaux ...

    The D-Day Beaches

    A travel blog entry by herbguhl on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... at a nice Rick Steves recommended restaurant just a few blocks from the hotel, where we met a family from Ottawa at the next table. They are doing a trip similar to ours, except in reverse, and they gave us some tips on what is worth seeing and what isn’t. After dinner we went for a walk to the top of the bluff overlooking the town and took in some great views of the beach and surrounding area at ...