Castel Fleuri

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

The Bayeux Tapestry

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen


... flat. To combat that, they used different colors to represent near, far and movement. So if you look at the horse legs they are different colors in order to show some movement etc. So fascinating! And interestingly enough, all the dyes used on the yarns are made from plants and they have held up completely for nearly 1000 years! But the colors of the dyes in the section that was restored during the early 1900's has ...


A travel blog entry by fixedwingatp


This morning after a delicious breakfast at the hotel we walked several blocks through this picturesque community to see the Bayeux Tapestry. This amazing work of art dates back to the 1070s, around the time of the construction of the Bayeux Cathedral. It's about 230 feet long and depicts - scene ...

Bayeux France

A travel blog entry by fixedwingatp


What an incredibly beautiful town we found when we visited Bayeux! This was such a relaxing stop on our whirlwind journey. After sleeping on the floor of the ferry the previous night, we actually had a real bed in a real hotel room with a real shower ...


A travel blog entry by eric.burns

... Barbaras dad would have landed a few days after D Day.
We then visited the area where the British Special Forces landed behind enemy lines by parachute and Gliders to secure the bridges necessary to get the landing force off the beaches. They have actually restored a glider similar to the ones used in 1944. This area was also crowded with people with a Pipe Band the centre of attention. This by sheer chance turned out to be a very special day and a highlight of our tour ...

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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