Chateau de Goville

Address: La Coliberderie, Le Breuil-en-Bessin, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14330, France | Castle
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This castle, located on La Coliberderie, Le Breuil-en-Bessin, is near Chateau de Balleroy.
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      Travel Blogs from Le Breuil-en-Bessin

      Island in the sun

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

      ... Then we had a full bus on an English-speaking tour and stopped in at a service station where we could get some breakfast and later in a pretty village, where we had time to wander around, have a drink and have a toilet stop. This time we had a full double-decker bus, some of whom were doing the guided tour and some who were just getting to and from Mont St-Michel, and the tour was in English, Italian and Japanese. And we had just one stop, at a ...


      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... his as the legitimate king (he was illegitimate, you know). This was a very neat exhibit. It was supported by two floors of further exhibits that explained about the times and about the making of the tapestry. It is a wonder the tapestry is still around. One time it was used to cover goods in a cart; another time it was used to wrap up arms for shipments. We strolled around town and visited a huge church; this church was larger than Notre Dame. Finally, we ended the day on ...

      Old tapestries, new experiences

      A travel blog entry by iboersma on Jun 17, 2014

      9 photos

      ... via a number of very ******** battles. Very interesting, indeed.

      We wrapped up our trip to Bayeux with a visit to the beautiful cathedral in the center of town. By this time the kiddos were pretty knackered, so we couldn't really do it justice, but we still came away impressed.

      Along the way, we came upon a prominently posted sign that clearly indicated that it was legally REQUIRED to hold ...

      The Bayeux Tapestry

      A travel blog entry by melannie.allen on Apr 11, 2014

      71 photos

      ... flat. To combat that, they used different colors to represent near, far and movement. So if you look at the horse legs they are different colors in order to show some movement etc. So fascinating! And interestingly enough, all the dyes used on the yarns are made from plants and they have held up completely for nearly 1000 years! But the colors of the dyes in the section that was restored during the early 1900's has ...

      Au Revoir Normandie!

      A travel blog entry by rachelpotter on Jul 02, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... are causing this. The French aren't necessarily all that rude - they just have their own unwritten rules/way for doing things. A French person would never dream of leaving their home inappropriately attired - and yet some tourists look like they've just rolled out of bed. Granted I don't put on makeup every day when I'm in the US and some days I'm quite sloppy but I'm certainly not doing that here! We were horrified in Bayeux when we were at dinner ...