Hotel De La Mer

Address: 93 Avenue Michel D'ornano, Blonville sur Mer, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14910, France | Hotel
 
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Blonville sur Mer

    A Bigger Day

    A travel blog entry by penns on Jun 06, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... br> We stopped in Sainte-Mère-Église to visit the museum and get lunch. There was a big festival in the town with several booths selling brats and French fries, which we thought sounded good for lunch. We spent awhile looking at the museum and would have liked to stay there longer. There was a glider and a larger plane on display with soldier look-alikes sitting at the controls. Everything was very well done. We ...

    Team Dressage & Individual GP Qualifier Day 1

    A travel blog entry by pennykmg on Aug 25, 2014

    5 photos

    ... press the button for enough to fill a real cup I could have boiled the kettle, and washed the dishes. And then, the milk is in the little single serve containers that you get in the hotel rooms but they are about a quarter of the size. It takes 6 little containers to get a centimeter of milk in the bottom of the cup. I have to admit, that I have given up on getting a nice latte while at work and I am becoming quite accustomed to the the short blacks.

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    It's a Norman blog!!

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jul 09, 2014

    29 photos

    ... explains its condition.

    There are numbers over each section, which correspond to the audio guide. The commentary describes in an interesting, often humorous way what is happening in each section. This keeps everyone moving on quite quickly, with no logjams. We enjoyed it tremendously. It really is a Norman ...

    116 A harbour full of Mulberries

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

    13 photos

    Day 116
    Further east is the town of Arromanches. After the D-day landing thousands of tons of equipment needed to be brought ashore but as there was no proper harbour close by, another solution needed to be found.

    Because the severe difference between high and low tides getting large ships closed to shore presented ...

    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 ...