Brit Hotel Armor

Address: 44-46 Boulevard Clemenceau, Guingamp, Brittany, 22200, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 44-46 Boulevard Clemenceau, Guingamp.
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Travel Blogs from Guingamp

Arromanches, Omaha Beach, La Pointe Du Hoc

A travel blog entry by leonardgrill on Sep 09, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... due to its emence size. It is hard imagine how the troops could jump into the water and then charge overy a quarter mile just to get to the German positions over looking the beach. The final stop was Point Du Hoc where the Army Rangers were tasked with taking the important position between Utah and Omaha beaches.

Dining Breton-Style on Crepes and Galettes

A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Aug 31, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... tides on this coast, the marinas have to rise and fall and long way. Easily 30 feet of piling stuck out of the water. The stairs accessing the marina were very steep with the tide out. But once the tide is fully in, the place would look like a normal marina.

All along the coast we saw large areas of mussel and oyster farms. The farmers drive their tractors right out onto the mud flats when the tide is out to do their farming.

I chose ...

A foggy day at Fort La Latte

A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Aug 30, 2015

4 photos

... even though it is in the middle of nowhere and it was a foggy day. It was built in the 1530’s by the Goyon family, one of Brittany’s oldest families. It was passed on to the military when Brittany joined France around 1450. It was destroyed over the centuries and restored by the French government in 1700’s to defend St. Malo. In 1890, the military decided it didn’t need it any more and sold it into ...

Why We Came To France

A travel blog entry by creyes on Jul 24, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... There was not a dry tear in the vast group as we faced the approximately 9500 graves and the "wall of the missing" accounting for another 1500 (and this was only 40 percent of the lives which perished there). As a finale to the ceremony all the veterans (of all wars)'were summoned to the front. Another very emotional moment - Edwin took his place among the honorees. We were then ...


A travel blog entry by galin1961 on Jul 16, 2015

10 photos

... with Alain's parents and off to a creperie for dinner. It was a lovely day, but for some reason I didn't sleep well the night before so I felt very tired all day and dragged myself through it. It's a funny feeling speaking French most of the time, I find that I forget my English words as well, it's very disconcerting. It's a little different this time as Chris does not speak any French so ...