Hotel De La Poste

Address: 38 rue Georges Clemenceau, Falaise, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14700, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 38 rue Georges Clemenceau, Falaise, is near Château Guillaume le Conquérant.
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          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          Services

          • Room service
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel De La Poste Falaise

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Falaise

          Beaches of Normandy

          A travel blog entry by sammcroghan on Nov 07, 2015

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... wanted to eat! The only place was a brasserie (bar) which sold food. But no fresh seafood. To make matters worse, on our search for restaurants we walked by fresh seafood stands where local fishermen were selling what they had caught fresh that day. I wish we were staying closer to Normandy! Seafood that fresh would have been amazing. I don't think it would have fared well on the three hour journey back to Paris... ...

          Falaise, Normandy

          A travel blog entry by yake on Jul 19, 2014

          5 photos

          Last day today..... Today we had a number of teacher seminars and a talk about Operation Overlord. This took place on a high point overlooking the area we were discussing - the view was breathtaking!! Our last stop for the morning was at the Bayeux cemetery. We weren't there long before we saw quite a crowd forming at the front entrance - we soon learned that there was a WWII vet in our midst! We learned that he was a British observation ...

          Oh the humanity of it all....

          A travel blog entry by melannie.allen on Feb 08, 2014

          1 photo

          ... are better...nope...just get it done now you can die later ;)

          So this has been my life the last few days, but as you can see by my tongue in cheek humor, I am beginning to make the mends. I think I have crested the hill and am at a turning point. Yeah! Death to all viruses!

          So since I haven't done anything but plot against non-living things torturing my body, and watch Sex and the City reruns in French ...

          Road To Falaise - Taking Care of Business

          A travel blog entry by ehjelter on Apr 24, 2011

          3 comments, 34 photos

          ... Pocket as the weight of the fleeing German Army fell upon them. For his "conspicuous bravery and extreme devotion to duty", Currie was awarded the highest military decoration in the British Commonwealth, the Victoria Cross.

          But this day would start further north on and around the Verrieres Ridge where the battle of attrition would take the Canadian 2nd Infantry Division into a terrible place in the latter part of July, 1944.

          Verrieres Ridge is a 90 metre ...

          WWII Extravaganza

          A travel blog entry by andrewhegerty on Jun 02, 2010

          ... were asleep and had removed the explosives used to blow up the bridge in the event the Brits tried to capture it because they thought that the French resistance would steal them.

          After the Pegasus Bridge we checked out some turrets used during the war and continued on to the American War Cemetery. The Americans sure know how to make a war cemetery. This one was huge. They even had a visitor's centre that you guessed it you had ...