Grand Hotel du Luxembourg

Address: 25 Rue Des Bouchers, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, FR-14400, France | 3 star hotel
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      Day 2 Normandie

      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Jan 07, 2015

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      ... I also grabbed a little bottle of French Champagne to cheers my birthday friends. After shopping we headed to Longues Sur Mer which is where the 4 big guns are left from the Normandie landings, part of the Atlantic Wall built by Hitler as a last line of defence against the Allies. Quite a sight to behold. Next we headed to Colleville where the American Cemetery is located. What a sombre time. There are just over 9,000 graves at this site and it ...


      A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Sep 24, 2014

      4 photos

      Yesterday in Etretat was a car free day we walked the cliffs , see photos , and had a cider and some chips ( crisps ) in front of the rip off establishment which charged 3x as much for 500 ml **** cider and no chips . The sunset was ok and we had a good diner at trip advisor number 8 , dorade a type of brim done on a charcoal grill & no chips ! Today 24 more or less . After a second gourmet breakfast at Etretat , no Russians this time , boy could they pack it ...

      D-Day Beaches

      A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

      16 photos

      ... Here are some of the facts and figures about the American sectors that were fascinating to learn about (Dad Germann and Dad Nash, you would have loved this tour!!) Utah was the sector that gave the Allies the least trouble – there were only 200 American casualties and 28,000 soldiers landed. Omaha, on the other hand, was the sector that gave the Allies the most trouble (America got both extremes!) there were 30,000 soldiers landed here with about 4,000 American ...


      A travel blog entry by pgraves77 on Apr 19, 2012

      19 photos

      ... lack of proficiency with their language. I chalk that up to impatience, not hostility and I received plenty of that living in New York where the language barrier wasn't an issue. Outside of Paris I could not have asked for more hospitality or warmth from those I met.

      I would awake to find myself in Portsmouth, England. Only a week and a half was left in my journey and I was looking forward to spending it in a country so closely tied with my own.

      Day 5

      A travel blog entry by marc_mccrary on Nov 23, 2010

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... started getting farther and farther out. By the time we got to Utah Beach, the water was probably 200 yards out from the shore. Needless to say, the planners of DDay took the tides into consideration when they decided which days to set the landings for.

      One of my favorite moments of the trip happened on the way to Utah Beach. We stopped real quick at McDonalds (quick note - restaurants that have pictures are our friend!). ...