Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Green Beach

Address: 6 rue Abbe Lemazurier, Port-en-Bessin-Huppain, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14520, France | 3 star condo
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      Travel Blogs from Port-en-Bessin-Huppain

      Island in the sun

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

      ... white cows, the guide gave us an insight into the region's history. Vikings came to France from Sweden, Norway and Denmark in the 10th century. They were very dangerous, sacking every place they went to. They couldn't be stopped, but King Charles III made them an offer and a deal was struck. To seal the deal, the Viking chief married the king's daughter. That was the beginning of the Duchy of Normandy. The most famous duke of Normandy was William. ...


      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... hotel, there are no elevators. As I went step by step lugging my suitcase to the third floor, a young guest grabbed Linda's suitcase and sprinted past me - as he came back down and I was still at the first landing, he didn,t offer to carry my suitcase. Can't bring the suitcase back down when we check out. Our first full day in Bayeux, we went to the Tapestry Museum - just across the street from the hotel. The tapestry that is on display is from 1070. It is 68m long and 50m wide. It ...


      A travel blog entry by yokikat on Jun 06, 2010

      Have I mentioned that I think I have turned into a loaf of crusty french bread? I am actually happy with that because it means I would be super tasty. ;) The French seriously do know how to make bread. This is how the last two mornings have started. Big chunks of crusty bread + mass amounts of butter = happy Jodi.

      It wasn't raining this morning but it was cold. We decided to explore Bayeux as it is where we were staying. I love charming old ...

      The 'tour' is over ... but the tour continues!!!

      A travel blog entry by traylertravels on Aug 02, 2008

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      ... beaches of the WWII invasion (English, Canadian & American - code named Sword, Gold, Omaha & Utah). We saw an artificial port built by the British (called a Mulberry) to help with the invasion. Then we spent an amazing couple of hours at the US Military Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer. It was incredibly surreal & moving to see all those crosses.

      We also stopped at Pointe du Hoc - a place where American ...