Chateau La Cheneviere
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Super early and I mean super early. Up and out to catch the airport bus at 4:06 AM, I'm going to add that is 10:00 PM your time. Flew to Paris where we rented a small VW two-door and drove about 150 miles to Bayeux, France. We wandered around the town for awhile and then made our reservation for our Normandy Tour the next day. The Chateau La …
Woke up a few times in the night to the rain battering on the van and it continued like that until lunchtime, so had a lazy morning drinking T . At one point it stopped so we decided to go wash up and try and see if we could get on the internet. YAY it worked but only briefly,. By now the rain was lashing down again (thank goodness I had taken the brolly! As it was a long walk back to the van, the road was becoming a river and let me tell you, crocs are slippy in the wet! Back ...
... weren't the best ones, around and around we went, I have no idea where we were and nor did Andy. ( we will be updating Miss Snooper before returning to France) and note to self, never ever ever visit anyone anywhere near Paris in a Motorhome!!!!! Having spent a while going round and round, down back streets, round roundabouts, avoiding low bridges. We found ourselves on the A13 and were out there!!! This had taken us just over an hour instead of 20 mins, I was a nervous wreck and ...
... in occupied France and surprisingly suffered little damage. We went there to go to the Musee Memorial de la Bataille de Normandie and the Cimetiere Militaire Britannique (where there are 5,000 graves from WWII). There are so many museums along this coast it was hard to choose which one to go to but this seemed the most general – it talked about the whole operation – whereas the smaller museums ...
... day we visited the landing beaches from the second world war. The first beach we went to was Omaha beach and it is where many American, Canadian, English and French soldiers defended Normandy against the German invasion. It was called D.Day or Operation Overlord and the battle was on 6th June 1944. We then went to Pointe Du Hoc which was a point of attack by the US soldiers who ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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