Manoir de Kerledan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... acorns were everywhere.
It was all getting a bit eerie, it reminded me of the films Wrong Turn and Deliverance.
We eventually made it to the fuel, thank God. Reset the satnav only for it to tell me to go back the way we’d come – noooooo!. I double checked it on the maps on my phone. Yep, we had to go back. This village sat on a northerly route and our route was north east. The ...
Well the day started REALLY early - we had to catch our Normandy tour bus at 6:30....yes, am. It's about 3 hrs out of Paris. Went to a World War II museum & had lunch there then on to Omaha Beach. No wonder it's called Bloody Beach. The Germans had it so secure that I'm surprised that any of our troops survived. Then on to the American Cemetery in France. It is ...
Docked at Le Havre and set out for the Normandy Beaches tour. Disappointed that the American cemetery was closed today, but the rest of the day was perfect. The first stop was Arromanches where the Allies built a port in a few days in order to supply the troops that were landing on the adjacent beaches. Omaha Beach ...
"I Have Left My Heart in So Many Places." Today was an emotional day in Normandy. When the four Viking buses arrived at the Normandy Cemetary Memorial we were treated to a special ceremony honoring the Americans and Allies who perished at Omaha Beach. A young French woman, thanked us - with sincere tears in her eyes - for our countrymen's participation in the liberation of Normandy on ...
Today we left Morlaix and travelled firstly to the Crozon peninsular on the west coast of Brittany. Bit drizzly but nothing to stop us having a good look around. After visiting the town of Crozon and having the obligatory coffee, we headed for a really interesting village on the coast, Camaret. Really nice fishing / boating harbour with any number of restaurants on the waterfront. One of the landmarks, quite sad really is, ...