Castel Fleuri

4, avenue Alfred Piat, Cabourg, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14390, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cabourg

Trouble with Travels...

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen


... up and stops. I stand in front of the door and nothing happens. Finally the tram goes on it's merry way, leaving me in at the stop. I am stunned. Why didn't the door open? They always open? It's automatic right? How do I get the door to open? So full of incredulity, I turn to the man sitting behind me and ask in french what happened?
He says, you have to open the door yourself. I said what? He said you have to open it. I said every time ...

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 ...

Oldeworlde Seaside and Cidre

A travel blog entry by browntravelco


... our mouths watered at all the fresh seafood and we brought some scallops and mussels for dinner. Going to the Supermarkets is always a little more expensive than can you possibly resist all that food! Their Cheese aisle is awe-inspiring...and that's not even mentioning the boucherie etc...all their finely prepared meats. We got to ...


A travel blog entry by vchsfrance2013


... then we got lunch and ate fries. And then we went to the museum and we walked around and looked at the things and we watched some movies about the war and things. After the movies we went back out of the museum and we walked around on the beach. Then we arrived at the cemetery for American soldiers There were a lot of crosses and some other thing ...

Cabourg and Norman countryside

A travel blog entry by tom.solstad.5


Today the kids could decide and they chose the beach in Cabourg. On the way to Cabourg we drove from Caen through Normandy countryside. We stopped to see the Pegasus bridge, the first place to liberated in June '44. Henrik bought military binoculars and looked happy with those. Just a few km along the road we made a quick stop at a art gallery, a small farm with animals, and then ate lunch at a local bistro. Starter, main course, desert, cider ...


This hotel, located on 4, avenue Alfred Piat, Cabourg, is near Calvados Boulard.
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