Hotel De La Mer

93 Avenue Michel D'ornano, Blonville sur Mer, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14910, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 93 Avenue Michel D'ornano, Blonville sur Mer, is near Casino de Deauville, Le Casino Barriere de Trouville, and Calvados Boulard.
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    A travel blog entry by levos on Sep 10, 2014

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    Normandy was really worth a visit. We had a great guide who took George under her wing and asked him lots of questions, some of which he knew the answers to so he was stoked. We spent the morning at the war museum where the guide gave us a lot of insight into what was happening in France leading up to the war and the Normandy invasion. Pretty horrific stuff for the ...

    Normandy Beaches and Monet Gardens

    A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... with a heavy mist which made this somber memorial even more moving.

    We learned than many in France supported the Germans during the war, but there were just as many people opposed the regimen and formed the famous Resistance movement. In recent years the French have begun the painful process of acknowledging their part in helping the Germans exterminate Jewish people and are now teaching a more accurate ...


    A travel blog entry by sfdcijunobeach on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... were taking in all the small differences between Canada and rural France; street lights, crazy tiny cars, tiny 'front gardens' and all the interesting little streets. We stumbled literally into a tiny cemetery and convent. It was a beautiful collection flowers and sculptures placed on the array of memorials of a ...

    The Battle of Normandy

    A travel blog entry by barbo on Jun 30, 2013

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    ... for D-Day. The Allied casualties (wounded, missing in action and prisoners of war) figures for D-Day have generally been estimated at 10,000, including over 4,000 dead. The total German casualties on D-Day are estimated as being between 4000 and 9000 men. All this is in one day - the longest day!!!

    The Battle of Normandy continued after the initial landings, so the Western Allies could start the march to take down Nazi Germany. Once ...

    Where heroes fell

    A travel blog entry by stacimcg on Apr 30, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... was any bacon. "Oh no madame" the proprietor replied (with a much nicer French accent than the Pepe Le Pew imitation I had been torturing my husband with) "You are een France. No bacon, no eggs." (Clearly she was a rookie. We had learned this 24 hours and 100 miles ago.) She looked at him somewhat skeptically, but said nothing and left.

    He then turned to me. I held up the plug of my hair straightener ...