Castel Albertine

19 cours Albert-Manuel, Honfleur, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14600, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 19 cours Albert-Manuel, Honfleur, is near Saint Catherine's Church, Le Pont de Normandie, Naturospace, and Satie House and Museum (Maisons Satie).
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    Mont St-Michel

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 08, 2014

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    Today we ventured about an hour and a half southwest to the majestic Mont St-Michel. On this gray and overcast day, we were inspired by the site of the abbey rising up through the fog as we approached. The abbey has been an important pilgrimage center since A.D. 708 and a favorite site for French royalty through the ages. The town sits on an island surrounded by The English Channel. The tide sends the ...

    Omaha Beach

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 07, 2014

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    Today we walked Omaha Beach and got a good visual on the magnitude of the D-Day invasion. On June 6, 1944 the Allies finally gained a foothold in France and doomed Nazi Europe to failure. We then drove to the deeply moving Normandy American Cemetery where 9,387 American soldiers lie under simple, but beautiful marble crosses or Stars of David. The Garden of the Missing features the names of 1,557 soldiers who went missing ...

    France

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... over to pick up our rental car and headed to the WWII Museum in Caen. The museum does a wonderful job of chronicling events leading up to the war from the end of WWI through the Invasion of Normandy, the end of the war and the liberation. My Dad fought in the Pacific--makes me wonder about the horrors that he must have lived through. When we exited the museum about 3 pm, we drove about ...

    It's gonna cost you $30

    A travel blog entry by 2and2 on Jul 29, 2014

    ... another surly waitress was just so French. Aaron asked for a carafe of water twice and got a spoon the second time. I then was joking that we would. Ever get it and probably they just gave you random things to **** off the English. She must have heard as soon after the water came. Really feels like Vietnam sometimes with the whole screw the whitey attitude they have going on here. We hit the park after wards ...

    WW1 and WW2 memorials

    A travel blog entry by 3bythree on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... at the museum. It's a very honest and graphic account of the horrors of the second world war culminating in a special exhibit of the D Day events. Very moving and thought provoking to say the least.

    The next day, we made our way to Albert, a town close to the Belgian border. Not far from Albert is the Canadian-run interpretation center on the grounds of where the WW1 battle of Beaumont-Hamel took place July 1, ...