Chateau d'Emalleville

17 rue de l'Église, Emalleville, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27930, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Emalleville

Rouen..not as it sounds!

A travel blog entry by browntravelco

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... cathedrals. A tasty lunch...didn't know what we were ordering, and at first glance they were steak and chips...but my oh my can they cook a bit of meat!! And the Macaroon...ahhhh the macaroons...little bits of heaven. Visited the sight of Joan of Arcs burning and a small market to buy some cheese.. The ride back tested our fitness (or just mine)...have to pump up those ...

Oissel

A travel blog entry by johndibbo

... barges as they travelled along the Seine although we could detect the throb of their engines. There is good and dry walking along river with old houses to admire and the usual attention to detail in a good community in France, tidy, neat and orderly. A warmer night too so we are quite relaxed and ready for the pressure of Christmas shopping in IKEA after our morning coffee. Then a relatively short drive to Calais as we near the end of a very relaxing and enjoyable ...

London in Medieval Times

A travel blog entry by londoncalling93

22

... meat, had the best dressed nobles, was the most violent and dirtiest city in England.

The Top Ten Places to Visit in 1335 London: Compare to 2014?

1). London Bridge
2). St. Paul's Cathedral
3). The Tower
4). London Wall
5). Smithfield
6). The Strand
7). Westminster Palace
8). Westminster Abbey
9). Tyburn - Now Marble Arch
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Les Andelys - Day 7, Monday

A travel blog entry by joanenelson

52

This afternoon we travelled by bus 40 minutes from Les Andelys to visit the Castle of Martainville, a museum of Norman arts and traditions. In a two hour visit we covered around 500 years of the history of Normandy. A full afternoon, arriving back at the boat in time for a rest and the final gala dinner. Cruising to Paris overnight and will arrive around ...

Last words....Almost

A travel blog entry by susankington

7

... before, but starting from the delightful village of Acquinquy. It was lovely. Gently undulating forests with huge open fields and interspersed with charming Normandy villages. Apart from the odd car we saw only two other people, who were gathering hazel nuts and a couple of cyclists on our way

Too soon it was over and we returned to our hotel to ...

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Location

This hotel, located on 17 rue de l'Église, Emalleville, is near D-Day Beaches (Plages du Debarquement de la Bataille de Normandie).
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