La Tour Louise

Address: 4 rue Tardif, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Bayeux

      Island in the sun

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

      ... in batches, as each bus was already full by the time they reached us at the last stop before the I abbey, so only a few could squeeze on at once. Alternatively, there is also a walking platform from the village to the abbey, but that would take at least an hour and we weren't given that option. Eventually we all gathered and started the "200 or 300" step climb to the top (it was 357). We passed the cemetery where the guide told us everyone who lives on ...

      BAYEUX

      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... Klein, a German prisoner that helped bury the German dead wrote, "At a time like this, when human life has completely lost its value, we must still preserve the individual identities of the victims. It is however, strange or absurd as it may sound - like the proof of our humanity." (Bob, hardy soul he is, walked to the British cemetery. The Brits buried all of their fallen soldiers in Normandy - none were allowed to be shipped home. The graves were marked as at the US cemetery, ...

      Final Day at WEG and Caen

      A travel blog entry by blaurin on Sep 07, 2014

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      This is basically our last day in Bayeux as we leave tomorrow morning. The last few days have been taken up with watching the final events at WEG which were the carriage events and showjumping.

      we all went to see the Marathon, which involved 4 horses going through obstacles towing a carriage! It was pretty spectacular as we had never seen this type of event before. We had two Australians in the event, Gavin Robson, who did well but was never ...

      D-Day Beaches

      A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

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      ... machine guns? No wonder Omaha was the worst place – the landscape was simply more advantageous for the Germans than on any other beach. What occurred on that day is unimaginable. The courage and heroism of these young men is unspeakable.
      Eventually on D-day, the 4th valley was taken; troops began flowing inland and were able to attack the Germans from behind at the other 4 valley exits.
      The tide was out, so when we got to Omaha we were able to visualize exactly ...

      On the Road again

      A travel blog entry by dresselhuis on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... where we are staying was built. From here the mother would walk over every day for a meal she anticipated would be cooked by her recent daughter-in-law, and this dependence and expectation was slowly resented more and more by the new wife. So when the mother died, her daughter in law posted a frame with the image of a vampire above the door to signify the parasitic relationship they had shared.

      It is quite wonderful here. Our time in ...