Hotel Astrid

Address: 39, rue de Bernieres, Caen, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tlalpan Sur/South area of Caen, is near Memorial of Caen, Peace Museum, Festyland Parc, and Normandy Museum (Musee de Normandie).
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Island in the sun

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

      ... of raised eyebrows and I think her mother may have had words with her when she came out because she looked very stern, but the girl was just laughing. She couldn't care less. Luckily, I walked out just as David was paying for breakfast, after experiencing his own long line for food. I was starving and dying for a drink, so it was much appreciated. Mont St-Michel is in Normandy, in the north-west of France. As we travelled past fertile fields and ...


      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... they would go sit in our seats. We finally were able to find the car number on our tickets - it was overwritten on another word). Anyway, we reached Caen and took two cabs to see the Memorial War Museum. It was a very large museum that traced events from the end of the first world war until the end of the cold war. Fortunately, there was free luggage storage (secure) and we were on our way. We all got the audio headsets which provided a very good narrative on the various ...

      In Normandy

      A travel blog entry by legachicago on Oct 08, 2014


      ... moved us between ports and beaches and the American cemetary. I found our first stop surprising, there were a couple of old German casements, I think they are called, but they left all the craters from all the bombs and shells. You have to be very careful or you will fall down a big hole! No falling this time for me! The towns are still finding artifacts and bodies from that time period. They found an American corpse not too long ago, 2006.



      A travel blog entry by billhall on Mar 25, 2012

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... on D Day. Omaha, an American beach saw, if I recall correctly, around 4000 dead on D Day.

      The opening in the cliffs at Arromanches made the perfect place to bring ashore supplies, vehicles, and troops. From June of 1944 to November of 1944, most everything used came ashore there. They built the Mulberry harbors in England, floated them to France, assembled them..............a huge Engineering feat, and a structure, when ...

      D-Day Anniversary

      A travel blog entry by edg126 on Jun 06, 2009

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      ... tour who passed away the previous night. That was unexpected.

      An aircraft flyover, followed by a 21 cannon salute, and moment of silence commenced, and the ceremony was over. Almost immediately after the ceremony it started to downpour, so we were just in time to get to our bus.

      We arrived back at the hotel at 7PM and ate dinner a short while later. I was starting to feel a little under the weather so I went to bed early.