Chateau La Cheneviere

Address: Escures-Commes, Port-en-Bessin-Huppain, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | 4 star castle
 
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    Travel Blogs from Port-en-Bessin-Huppain

    William, Harold & the Final Dimanche Roast... Boo!

    A travel blog entry by jbowles on Aug 09, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... hold to your ear like a mobile and a narrator explains each scene, backed by music as you walk along the frame. The English version is narrated by a terribly plummy chap; he was ace! Fascinating hearing all of the explanations and the intricacies of the hidden messages. Crazy to think how much time and effort went into this storyboard and still blown away to have seen it... Really made my trip. We attempted a lunch out after the museum ...

    Normandy and the D-Day Landing Beaches

    A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Oct 13, 2013

    16 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Normandy area

    A travel blog entry by christianmeyer on Sep 13, 2013

    7 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Normandy Region

    A travel blog entry by clarkepostcards on Sep 08, 2013

    13 photos

    We were welcomed at Camping Port'land from the moment we arrived late at night at 10 pm. We were treated so well as "Family Clarke". We enjoyed all the facilities including ping pong, indoor pool and the bouncy castle. It was situated near the village of Port-en-Bessin, a cute fishing village. It reminded us of the east coast. From here we were able to visit the Juno Beach Centre, a museum on Canada's role in WW II. ...

    June 6, 1944

    A travel blog entry by jeneric on Aug 07, 2012

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... of scaling these cliffs to take Pointe du Hoc from the Germans, despite their significant gun battery and manpower at the top of the Pointe. Due to the tides, the rangers had just 30 minutes to scale these cliffs. The first Ranger made it up within 5 minutes. However, only 150 Rangers survived this. When they got to the top, they found that the actual guns had been moved by the Germans; after a fight, they were able to take control of the point. Because of the issues with the rest ...