Formule 1 Fougeres

Zac du Paron, Fougeres, Brittany, 35300, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Zac du Paron, Fougeres.
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Travel Blogs from Fougeres

Mont St Michel

A travel blog entry by carolg49 on Sep 10, 2014

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Decided we should make use of the car and headed off to Mont St Michel. One of the most visited places in France. Pleasant journey and Rich enjoyed the drive. Couldn't believe how good the traffics and people management was. Despite huge numbers of visitors got on. Shuttle bus within a couple of minutes. Mont St Michel rises spectacularly out of the ...

France - Day 2

A travel blog entry by ericandyulia on Aug 31, 2014

Stayed Bayeaux, woke up to full on French breakfast of croissants, apricot tart (Yulias favourite), crepes and bacon & eggs. We were picked up by a lady named Sunny for our 3hr toe of the D-Day beaches and memorials. The tour took us to places such as the remnants of the British portable harbour, the US cemetery, Omaha beach and some bunkers with actual guns still in place! After our tour we drove to Mont Saint Michel. Here we checked into ...

Bayeux to Beauvoir, Mont St Michel

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Aug 29, 2014

This morning we visited the Bayeux Tapistry which proved to be a work of art. They are not sure who did it but it is a 70 metre long Tapistry depicting the William the Conquerer leaving Normandy with his army to sail to Hastings to take revenge on Harold who made himself King of England when Edward died. Edward said that William Was to be his successor. The Tapistry depicts the whole progress of the war. It was made in ...

Honfleur to Bayeux

A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Aug 28, 2014

Left our unit Le Cocoon in Honfleur and drove along the coast to Deauville and Trouville, 2 much larger and very touristy seaside towns All along the coast the villages are nonstop. Inland it is all very flat with lovely green rural scenes and little villages. All the villages have have very narrow streets and the stone houses are built right ...

Searching for the Ouvriers

A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Aug 18, 2014

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... called La Boussac. This is the birthplace of Etienne Ouvrier who worked in Le Vivier Sur Ler Mer. The cemetery there had a tomb with LOuvrier families but with no other details. Went to Baguer-Pican where several marriages took place - just up the road from La Boussac where Etienne's father was a roofer. Finished up at Pontorson just out of Le Mont Saint Michel ...