Hotel du Port

Address: 3, quai de Leon, Morlaix, Brittany, 29600, France | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 3, quai de Leon, Morlaix.
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    Travel Blogs from Morlaix

    Busy day of History!

    A travel blog entry by khegqui on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... out of the oven to give to the soldiers before they crossed the ocean.

    We then headed off to Normandy and hit all of the sites from D-Day, starting with Pegasus bridge and ending with Pointe du Hoc, the US Rangers' involvement in D-Day. It was all very moving and so awesome to see in person. The German guns were still in the bunkers (full of holes and rusted) and the craters everywhere were awesome.

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    Abbey on the Beach

    A travel blog entry by khegqui on Jun 30, 2015

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    Mont Saint Michel is an abbey in…the middle of nowhere, Normandy! When the tide is high, the water rises all around it, only keeping a thin road that leads down the middle (the place is filled with warnings about being aware of the tides). Once we arrived, we walked on the beach around the perimeter of the abbey. Then we went to the very top and saw all the ins and outs of the place. ...

    Day Five: Ploumanac'h

    A travel blog entry by jbaker3049 on May 27, 2015

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    ... IKEA on our holidays! We arrived at Ploumanac'h at around 1pm. It is a very charming seaside town that reminded John very much of the Cornish towns that he used to visit as a child. It was also nice and quiet as we are visiting off-season, with the French having different half term dates. We ate in a nice restaurant, where Emily was a hit with one of the waitresses who kept bringing her little treats as the meal progressed. Getting excited by ...

    From Juno to Paris

    A travel blog entry by allsaints70dday on May 08, 2015

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    ... after the initial D-Day landings. The Allies needed deep water for supply ships; but the Germans had control of the French Channel ports. The solution was a temporary harbor called Port Winston after British Prime Minster Winston Churchill. The concrete mulberry barges that were used as a temporary harbor are still visible from Arromanche as a reminder of the Allied invasion in June 1944. The students had the opportunity ...

    Wrapping it up at the beach

    A travel blog entry by jmcgehee12 on Dec 19, 2014

    48 photos

    ... than everyone else. J The cemetery sits right above the beach and you can hear the waves crashing below. It’s extremely peaceful and I can’t think of a better place for those heroes to rest. I wish I could thank each one of them for their sacrifice and I hope that they know how much we all appreciate what they did so long ago. I made my way back down to the beach to walk a bit. It was very quiet and I really enjoyed the walk. There were ...