Hotel De La Mer

Address: 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 Fitting Testament

      A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 16, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... fought a bit of a headwind as I rode south

      It was a long bike ride. About 75 kilometers or just shy of 50 miles, which normally would not be much, but on a foreign bike , in long pants, a peacoat, and my man purse naggingly falling to my side, it was s a bit of a struggle.

      Several not surprising things strike you ...

      France 2

      A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Sep 20, 2014

      ... he managed to keep his cool & we got to our next stop. There was a bit of a burning clutch smell at one early stage. This is a tiny village near Honfleur which is a tourist town for the Parisians. We rapidly have come to the conclusion that we are going to have to concentrate on our French much more now but thankfully it isn't so overwhelming as it would have been last week when we were newer to the country. We didn't stop for lunch so while we were waiting ...

      Omaha beach

      A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 09, 2014

      ... informative but walking out of the doors into the cemetery was something I will never forget, rows upon rows of white crosses marking the graves of the 9000 American soldiers who died during and after D-Day, It was quite emotional. Walked down to the beach around some of the old bunkers that are still left, and had lunch looking out to sea. Wandered along the beach then made our way back up to the cemetery to catch ...

      116 A harbour full of Mulberries

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 13, 2013

      13 photos

      ... so a floating harbour was built and floated across the channel. Pontoons were placed in position after which floating ramps were connected to the shore. Today part of the pontoons are still there and visible especially at low tide. The harbour has the code name "Mulberry Harbour"

      The local war museum has a large model of ...

      The Normandy Invasion

      A travel blog entry by ruth-bill on May 16, 2013

      4 comments, 20 photos

      ... to move troops, supplies, and arms into Normandy after the initial battles The British designed the harbors,which they built in enormous, hollow, concrete sections. Seven countries supplied tugs to then haul the parts from England to Normandy, where they were placed to form two six mile long breakwaters. The construction and subsequent establishment of the harbors were done in complete ...