Hotel des Thermes et du Casino

Address: 5 rue Guynemer, Luc-sur-mer, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14530, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5 rue Guynemer, Luc-sur-mer, is near Juno Beach Centre, Pegasus Bridge, Pegasus Memorial (Mémorial Pégasus), and Sword Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Luc-sur-mer

      Paris Bound

      A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Apr 10, 2015

      2 photos

      I have now left Courseulles-sur-Mer after a wonderful 4 weeks. I walked to work with my luggage and said my goodbyes. I got a ride to the bus stop and headed to Caen. I had 15 minutes to make my train to Paris, but naturally there was a laundry truck in the middle of the road about a minute away from the station and my bus arrived 4 minutes before my train. I ...

      Final Farewell

      A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Apr 09, 2015

      15 photos

      My last official day in Courseulles-sur-Mer has come and gone. I spent my final day tying up all loose ends.  I cleaned my desk, returned all borrowed stationary, and put books back.  In the morning the Portraits of Honour artist's grandson came.  He was stunned and honoured to see that a display was made for his visit.  We gave each of the students a pin of remembrance and it was a really nice way to bring the past and the ...

      Normandy

      A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Sep 06, 2014

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... shallow water. They also towed over huge concrete forms that they filled with water to help create a place to tie up the ships. They then installed floating piers that held up bridges, connected them together and ran them all the way to shore. They went out 800 yards into the ocean. The smaller ships could tie up to the end and drive tanks, trucks, jeeps and artillery all ...

      Enormous cathedrals

      A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Sep 04, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... We got our car, a Renault Megane Coupe Sport. They were out of the standard 110 hp car and offered us the Sport model for no extra cost. It has larger wheels, red seat belts and 265 hp. This thing is a rocket! Fuel mileage is lousy, but if I can keep my foot out of it, it might be tolerable.
      We headed out to Chartres to see the Chartres cathedral. Oh my God(pardon the expression) ...

      The Falaise Gap

      A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Aug 04, 2013

      32 photos

      ... architecture and showed some battle scars from the war. Bought a delicious mini pizza and fruit tart for lunch but as it turned out I could have had another 35 minutes to explore..drat! Falaise gap or pocket was the location of the final and decisive battle in the fight to liberate Normandy. We stood on a ridge overlooking the village of Sainte Albert sur Dives which was the Canadian position. We reenacted the famous Arthur Curry photo where the German are ...