Brit Hotel Caen Est

Address: rue des Freres Lumiere, Mondeville, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14120, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on rue des Freres Lumiere, Mondeville, is near Memorial of Caen, Peace Museum, Festyland Parc, and Normandy Museum (Musee de Normandie).
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      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... eighty monks weren't much for decor. When we completed the tour, we faced the long trek down the stairs and the cobble stone path. Mont St Michel is certainly worth the visit, we were glad that we came, but the outward appearance is much grander than the interior tour. This completes our planned tours. Today (Tuesday) we hope to have better luck in finding our seats on the train heading back to Paris where we will spend the night before flying home tomorrow. It has been a fun and educational ...

      Shrimp, jazz and gambling

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Oct 07, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... the harbour. Around town there were also many funky art shops and galleries, the wooden Eglise St Catherine, and you could never get bored watching the comings and goings around the quay. We took a walk along the promenade and jetty with the industrial town of Le Havre and futuristic bridge Pont de Normandie in the distance. We ate our roast chicken baguettes sitting in the Jardins des Personalities with statues of famous Honfleurians surrounding us, ...

      Road to Giverny

      A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Aug 26, 2014

      3 photos

      Our next stop was the very picturesque town of Port en Bissen, near Arromanches. Which was more or less untouched by WW2. We stayed at an Aire above the town, in the morning we visited Arromanches another WW2 site here we saw a film about the "landings" in a 360 degree cinema. This was very difficult to watch, at the beginning you saw the excited faces of the young men going off to war but very quickly their expressions changed dramatically!!

      On the lighter side Stephen ...

      Going local

      A travel blog entry by iboersma on Jun 15, 2014

      8 comments, 11 photos

      ... entire length of the footpath we took was a German trench, now overgrown with ivy, grass and poppies, but still clearly visible. We also found several concrete bunkers and a massive fort where the British commandos fought a heroic (and ultimately, victorious) battle against the Germans. It felt good to stretch our legs and breathe in the fresh ocean air and the kids had a ...

      Delayed-Bayeux, a history lesson& friendly french?

      A travel blog entry by kar60 on Jun 27, 2013

      17 photos

      ... number of conflicts that the British have fought in around the world, (different from the US) it is British tradition to bury their dead soldiers in the country where they died. All cemeteries are sacred grounds that evoke a subdued and thoughtful feeling as you walk through. But a military cemetery feels different. Whether it’s the fact that you are standing among men that were killed in action or that the majority of those buried are so young, but ...