Chateau du Goupillon

Address: Neuille, Maine et Loire, Pays de la Loire, 49680, France | Hotel
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        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Neuille

        Day 10 Thursday 29th October

        A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Oct 29, 2015

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        ... and there are 100 restaurants of which you can enjoy a meal. Our bus returned at 12.30 , after lunch we explored the little port where we moored Crude ex-en-caul ,I am afraid to say not much to excites here.We did have option to stay to 3.30 at Honfleur, perhaps that would have been better. We now will rest the remainder of the day with our books. Another lovely day in Normany, tonight we said for Paris with one more stop ...

        Day 9 Wednesday 28th October

        A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Oct 28, 2015

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        ... re this whole area. Fred actually lived in one of the very old homes whilst he taught English as a young teacher. It is very hard to describe this city and the homes, several storeys high built from Timber framing and limestone cement, I think photos are the best way to describe them. All walk ways are cobblestone and the streets very narrow , much atmosphere and it is not too hard to picture just what it was like to live in these times. Of course there ...

        Day 8 Tuesday 27th October

        A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Oct 27, 2015

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        Well today we rose at 6 am to be up showered breakfast and on bus by 8 am. This we achieved Today is a big day to Normandy for the D Day landing on the beaches 1944. It was a two and half hour drive up and then back so this turned the tour into 11 hours in total Almond the way we learnt of the landing and all that went with it. There was a great emphasis on the part the Americans played in the whole thing. We visited ...


        A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Aug 10, 2015

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        ... back on the bicycle and sit down. I spent the first 10 min standing while pedalling, but then I had to suck it up and power through the pain of sitting. I wish they made better bike seats. The ride back was quicker, but also hotter and more painful. We went a bit too far on the path and had to climb a hill too steep for my tired body. A few of us walked up and were happy to see how close we were to the chateau. Getting off that cute purple bike with faulty gears ...


        A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 17, 2014

        2 comments, 2 photos

        ... elected to have the burial at Omaha. We were told that there are over one hundred thirty thousand bodies are buried in Normandy including soldiers from all countries and Normandy civilians). France gave the United States the land for the cemetery and it is now considered US soil. As you've probably seen pictures of the cemetery, the graves are marked with white crosses (or the Star of David) which extend as far as one can see. Each cross has the soldier's name, city and ...