Domaine Saint Clair Le Donjon

Address: Chemin St Clair, Etretat, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76790, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Chemin St Clair, Etretat.
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    Day 10 Thursday 29th October

    A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Oct 29, 2015

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    Our bed is very snugly and sometimes it is hard to crawl out of bed,however we did and once again on our way to explore yet another Normandy town. Honfleur is a harbour commune located on the southern bank of the Seine river ( pronounced sin) The picturesque and best preserved port of Normandy.Population of around 8,200 and is located close to the exit of Pont de Normandie. The port is characterised by its houses with slate ...

    Anniversary Day

    A travel blog entry by linanne09 on Oct 25, 2015

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    Today is our 35th wedding anniversary and we've now been together for 39 years.

    This is our worst planned trip as far as food and wine supplies are concerned. We've no bread, butter, milk or wine and we're not near any shops. Didn't even think to buy anything at the market!

    For our celebratory breakfast Mike cooked poached eggs and baked beans.
    After a leisurely breakfast and ...


    A travel blog entry by mek1 on May 29, 2015

    28 photos

    NORMANDY MAY 29, 2015

    Today we started out in LeHavre. It was leveled by allied bombing in WWII in preparation for the D-Day landings. Virtually nothing of the old town survived. All the buildings that are present are since WWII. Since there were no houses for people, that was the first order of business. They had no building materials but they did have the chalk cliffs to make cement. So all the dwellings were formed out of poured concrete. ...

    Beautiful scenery & sparkling seas

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Apr 28, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... I was feeling much more relaxed. Such beautiful countryside with field after field of Canola, other crops, ploughed fields, lots of cows, rustic rickety old farm buildings and sights of quaint French villages along the way. We travelled for about 50km along freeways (David was impressed with the 130km speed limit) before turning off to a village that Stephen (the B&B owner) had suggested. It was nice but my jacket was just not ...


    A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Sep 23, 2014

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    We left San Saen with plenty of information from our host who gave us very good ideas about what to see and do on our travels . Our first stop was Dieppe , not the city or port fortunately because it is a really big place , but a chateau on a bluff overlooking the city a great view and we found it with little trouble! The Germans obviously thought the view was pretty good to with 2 pillbox / observation posts up there as well in fact all the ...