Chateau La Cour

Culey Le Patry, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14220, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $144.00

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Homeward bound

A travel blog entry by startrailers

Its our last day.Up at 5.30 We moved pitch last night, so we're on the main drive up to the chateau, so that we don't disturb anyone when we drive off.
Arrive at Ouistreham in good time and have our breakfast, while waiting in the ferry queue.
Its high tide and windy, so the ...

Normandy, land of cheese, cidre and sobering tales

A travel blog entry by


... have seen elsewhere. There are lots of brown and white timbered houses and barns -some of which are now gently collapsing back into the land in a very elegant way. They make a lot of cheese and a lot of cidre in Normandy so there are plenty of cows and orc**********g the way.

We are now in Falaise - one of those places which we had seen pictured on the huge brown signs which grace the sides of the autoroute, but never visited. William ...

Je suis fatigue - I'm pooped!

A travel blog entry by susannarachel


... Ellie already mounted and patiently waiting on her pony Dan, and Comet the mad skewbald for me, chewing on his reins and poking his nose into everything. Susan was riding chestnut Lyddie who I rode last time, and Carolyn will remember riding Comet. We got ourselves organised and mounted and rode down that lovely tree lined drive and out into the lanes. The bocage was a bit overgrown, with brambles snagging legs and arms and tree branches hanging low to be ducked ...

Normandy - still feels like home

A travel blog entry by susannarachel


... there are several. Picnickers were sitting on the open grassland with poppies and little white daisies sprinkled through it, eating their lunch or morning tea with this fabulous view. We followed a path to the end of a rocky spur and down onto the edge of the bay, and admired too. It was quite hot in the sun, but puffy white clouds kept coming over as well - all so picturesque.

Back in the car we continued on up the bay to the tiny town of Genets. ...

Bayeux and American Cemetery Information Center

A travel blog entry by karenstephens


... and saw the same stained glass window that I gazed up at. Scholars believe the Bayeux Tapestry, depicting William the Conqueror and the Battle of Hastings in 1066, which Ed and I saw the last time we were here many years ago, was once draped inside this cathedral. Before exiting the cathedral, we visited the eerie crypt below the main level, which is the oldest part of the church. I loved the medieval paintings of angels on some of the columns in ...

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