hotelF1 Saint Lo

Rue Jules Valles, Saint-Lo, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50000, France | Hotel
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November 23rd - Normandy Beaches

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan

4

... even twinkling with lights. We later learned this happens each hour on the hour.

We found our accommodation remarkably easy, thanks to Ro's precision driving and some signs pointing us to it. We’re staying in a cabin in a camp ground on the river siene. The Eiffel tower can be seen from a window, but only just. Unfortunately I now have a cold, so Ro made dinner with our limited supplies and soon we were all in bed. Ro planned out our days in Paris and enjoyed having internet ...

Road Trip Part 2: Granville and Omaha Beach

A travel blog entry by sophevans

9

... the wheel and Elle with GPS Jane, and drove on to Mondeville, on the outskirts of Caen. All the cities that pop up on a French map which look about the same size as Dubbo on a map turn out to be massive cities complete with motorways and huge sky-scrapers. Due to the fact that I'm still not really confident with European driving and add to that the fact that French drivers are insane, I was keen to avoid anywhere I might encounter large amounts of traffic, so ...

Bruges - Paris - Bayeux by train

A travel blog entry by abi.latham

10

... style.

Bayeux is a small historic town with a population of around 14,000 people. It is closest to the D-Day beaches (10km from Gold Beach where the British landed) and the town where the British and Commonwealth cemetery is. It also has a lovely 1100's cathedral and an ancient 70m long tapestry telling the story of William the Conqueror dating back to 1070. We chose to come here as a base to do a D-Day and Mont Saint Michel tour ...

Rain Gear On

A travel blog entry by heatherandmike

4
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... finding our biking legs. The signage is a bit dodgy and Helen thinks the French avoid signage to confuse the enemy! So we are often left guessing about which route to take. The local french have been unfailingly helpful and cheerful. so we soldier on.

Tomorrow morning we will see the famous tapestry that is housed in Bayeux and depicts the invasion of Brittan by William the Conqueror (the Norman). We are fortunate to have Helen along ...

Heading to Normandy

A travel blog entry by jaynjill.jaunts

10

... Churchill and owned by the same people, but we are so glad we decided to stay in the historic hotel, instead. You can get a fancy new hotel almost anywhere, but the history at the Churchill is not reproducible.

Here's a small world coincidence: we were sitting in the breakfast area, attempting to get online. We were able to get online with our iPhones only and not our computers (either my Mac or Jay's PC). We started talking with ...

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This hotel, located on Rue Jules Valles, Saint-Lo, is near Musee des Beaux-arts.
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