Chateau de la Roque

Address: Hebecrevon, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50180, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Hebecrevon, is near Musee des Beaux-arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Hebecrevon

    William, Harold & the Final Dimanche Roast... Boo!

    A travel blog entry by jbowles on Aug 09, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... stopped serving at 2. We didn't mean to but we were forced to get Maccy D's. So that's what we did! In the sunshine with a few alcoholic beverages (with annoying French kids in the background!) A lovely afternoon then we (Jon) started the prep for our final roast of the trip. An unsurprising victory! We munched in the open - making the most of the weather - then turned in for Blind Side movie before early bed for a big day ...

    Omaha Beach & Rouen

    A travel blog entry by fintravels on Jul 16, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... 2% and those are the pictures); third, many streets are one way streets, which you can't tell because cars park on both sides of the narrow streets facing all directions; fourth, the big lanes we usually drive in are for busses only in some areas, so the cars drive on the small single lane on the side of the road; fifth the red lights are way before the intersections so if you drive like me and pull a little too far up, you can't see when the ...

    D Day Beaches

    A travel blog entry by ellenscofield on Mar 14, 2015

    47 photos

    This past weekend I took a trip up to Normandy to see my old friend Caitlin and visit the D Day beaches. I spent the first day in Caitlin's town called Lisieux where there isn't a whole lot to do so we visited some churches, the basilica and went out to dinner. I loved hanging out with her and her roommate, they were very accommodating and showed me a good time!

    D-Day Beaches

    A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... when our troops landed. There’s a difference of about half a kilometer between high tide and low tide, so landing at low tide was an incredibly strategic decision – thought it meant the troops would have farther to travel to reach the shoreline, it allowed for our forces to see all the barriers, obstacles, and defensive structures the Germans had placed on the beach. Had we attempted to land at high tide, all of those dangerous defenses would have torn us to ...

    Going local

    A travel blog entry by iboersma on Jun 15, 2014

    8 comments, 11 photos

    ... sand after the tide went out. I finally broke down and had to ask a local fisherman what they were and he told me. Which brings to me the challenge for you, the dear readers of this blog: After looking at the picture below, what is your best guess of what these things are? I'd love to hear your ideas. Once I get enough guesses, I'll let you know what they are, don't worry.