Hotel de Brunville

9 Rue Genas-Duhomme, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, FR-14400, France | 3 star hotel
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World Heritage in Northern France

A travel blog entry by hachbach


There is a postcard that we found while in Normandy that shows a cow in the dress of the Norman conquerors heading towards England in 1066 and below that a cow in World War Two British infantry dress heading to France on D-Day. I think this post card pretty well sums up Northern France, and I would even argue that Normandy has closer ties to …

Trouble with Travels...

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen


... phrase "stupides americaines" was born, most likely. LOL. I laughed through half my first class of the day. Lesson one: Automatic doors are not universal-look for buttons.
But it wasn't over because on my way home I couldn't get off the bus. I had to text a friend to ask how you make it stop! Apparently there are little red buttons conveniently HIDDEN at several points on the bus- there are also green buttons too (these make the doors ...

Oh the humanity of it all....

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen


... matches and you can't tell where the sidewalk starts or ends. So it all looks like sidewalk, till a car is inching up your bum and your like-oops- this is a street not a sidewalk. Sorry.

Ok, so that's it for today. I need a nap now LOL.

Yours truly, the traveling tricoteuse.

p.s. Did anyone read about the normande cows?

p.p.s bonus points to anyone who knows what a tricoteuse is :)


WW2 and William the Conqueror

A travel blog entry by browntravelco


... stormed the beaches of Normandy, the start of the end of the Nazi Regime. Quite incredible and certainly makes you think. Always think I am against wars but of course it's not so black and white. so many Soldiers...Men, Fathers, Brother..and women literally sacrificed their lives to rid Europe of the regime...goodness knows where we would be without their actions. Just so awful anything should ever come to such ...

The Falaise Gap

A travel blog entry by amcleod56


... had to move keeping constant contact with the enemy , they were able to liberate 2villages on the line to Paris. We did not have a choice; we had to keep moving forward or nothing would be playing hockey and keeping all of your players behind the blue line..good defence, but you will never score a goal We arrived at Cintheaux, site of a Canadian cemetery containing 3000 graves, the youngest of which was 16 years old...he probably was not ...

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