Chateau de Sassetot

Address: Rue Elisabeth d'Autriche, Sassetot-le-Mauconduit, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76540, France | Castle
 
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This castle is located on Rue Elisabeth d'Autriche, Sassetot-le-Mauconduit.
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Travel Blogs from Sassetot-le-Mauconduit

A Bigger Day

A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 06, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... to the bottom of the cliffs. The Germans sat on top of the cliffs with machine guns, just blasting away at the Americans. Men did survive, though - one of them is on the tour with us. Andy Anderson came ashore at Omaha beach, survived and is still living. (We have two veterans on the tour with us).
We didn't get back to the hotel until 8 pm, had a quick supper and are exhausted. Thankfully, tomorrow will be a shorter day.
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Trouville sur Mer and Deauville

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jun 05, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... and the mountains of sea food and the live crabs! If we weren't on our bikes I would have brought some vegetables as they all looked so fresh and delicious. We even saw Zespri kiwifruit for sale on one stall so we let the stall owner know we were from New Zealand. Tomorrow we are heading towards Omaha Beach further into ...

A Big Day

A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 05, 2015

9 photos

... we saw a 360 degree film about the first three months of the war in Normandy. There was also a lookout where we could see what is left of the Mulberry Harbor. Concrete barges were towed from England and sunk to make harbor so ships could deliver the equipment the Allies needed. We continued to Arromanches for lunch and more views of the harbor.
After lunch we stopped at Longues-sur-Mer, where we saw the remains ...

Honfleur France

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jun 04, 2015

32 photos

... Honfluer which is the most gorgeous old town with a wooden church and a place that hasn't changed much for the last 400 years. You can tell. It was with total delight that we roamed the alleyways and around the port. The lady in our first campground, where it was pouring with rain told us to come here and she said it was magnificent (in French) and she was right. It's an old Port and in the war the Germans sunk all the boats in the Port. We soaked up the Frenchness of it ...

Booo

A travel blog entry by 2and2 on Jul 09, 2014

Thought we would try the market in Totes today, market was a bit of a stretch as it was about 5 tables with some fruit that came out of a van. It was pretty lame and rainy as well. We walked around town a bit which means we went up the main street and back kind of sad little town with not a lot going on. We though the. Let's take a trip to Auffay and see what is happening in that ...