Bonsai Cherbourg Etape

Address: 382 rue des Pommiers, Parc Activites Sauxmarais, Tourlaville, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50110, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 382 rue des Pommiers, Parc Activites Sauxmarais, Tourlaville, is near La Cite de la Mer and Liberation Museum (Musee de la Liberation).
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Travel Blogs from Tourlaville

And we're off!

A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Nov 01, 2014

7 comments, 2 photos

'Leaving on a ferrryyyy, don't know when we'll be back again!'................

We were awake early to catch the 8.30am ferry to Cherbourg, another beautiful day with thankfully calm seas as Mandy doesn't have great sea legs! Arrived in Cherbourg at 1.45 french time and had a 2 hour drive to a small town on the Brittany/Normandy border called Pontorson.


After checking in at 'Camping Haliotis' we walked ...

The final ride

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Oct 05, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... 3pm the rain slowed down and we began the 45 miles or so ride to the ferry terminal at Cherbourg. The rain stopped and then the sun came out.

The boarding of the ferry with the bikes was very smooth and we took up position in the restaurant where we spent the remainder of the 'kitty' or 'whip' on a nice meal and a bottle of red!

4 hours later we arrived at Poole in Dorset and started ...

Utah, Omaha, Juno, and Sword

A travel blog entry by jwharam on Sep 22, 2014

65 photos

We hired a guide, Stuart Roberston (of Normandy Battle Tours), for a customized 3-day tour of the area. He was very knowledgable and told of not only what happened on the beaches, but how the operations were tied together.

The Normandy area has seen conflict for many hundreds of years. The latest was the June 6, 1944 D-Day invasion. The numbers involved are staggering; ...

The Longest Day

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 06, 2014

16 photos

... disguised many of the batteries as houses or other farms in order to hide them from bombers. Usually, it worked and they had some pictures and it was funny to see them paint a window, a cat, and flowers right next to a big artillery piece. I then made my way to St Mere Eglise where they are having a Memorial Parade and various other activities today. I thought the parade started at 3 so I got there early to make sure I had a decent parking space but then it turns ...

Lest we Forget

A travel blog entry by barbo on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... have simply disappeared in the fog of war. There are, according to some reports, some graves marked as 'unknown airmen’ in the local cemetery and there is of course a possibility that these hold the crew of ND739. The statistics of this day are very sad and sobering. Only 28, and already the veteran of dozens of missions, Ron Conley was just one of 3,000 Allied troops who died on D-Day after his plane was shot down. Bomber Command suffered the ...