Hotel De La Poste

Address: 38 Rue Georges Clemenceau, Falaise, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14700, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 38 Rue Georges Clemenceau, Falaise, is near Château Guillaume le Conquérant.
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    Travel Blogs from Falaise


    A travel blog entry by trishandray on May 30, 2015

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... Saint Michel, William The Conquerers Castle and the Bayeux Tapestry. Of course we took in the devastation of the Normandy landings on the towns all around but we also sampled the local tipple Cavados, visited Camambert and sampled the wonderful local cheeses and chose walking trails that provided bucolic vistas to gladden the soul. ...

    Day 17 - French countryside

    A travel blog entry by annettehandley on May 25, 2015

    7 photos

    Today we travelled from our lovely "Grand Hotel" in Cabourg to Mont Saint Michel. Driving along the freeway we passes fields full of poppies, reminder of this regions war past. Mont St Michel is an island commune off the west coast of Normandy. It now is a Benedictine monastery and was built in 760AD. It has an impressive abbey at the top and is surrounded by water at certain times of the year. Tides can vary by 14 metres from low tide to high tide and the ...

    William the Conqueror

    A travel blog entry by barbo on Jul 01, 2013

    28 photos

    ... battlefield at Hastings. The appearance of Halley’s Comet is even featured. To think this tapestry is nearly 950 years old!!! We had a real French dinner at a little restaurant opposite the large Cathedrale Notre_Dame de Bayeux consecrated in 1077, which was arguably the original home of the tapestry. We had delicious scallops in white sauce, followed by crepe suzette, washed down by cider. We left Bayeux ...

    Road To Falaise - Taking Care of Business

    A travel blog entry by ehjelter on Apr 24, 2011

    3 comments, 34 photos

    ... pondered maps and got to visually recreate what had gone on from the Juno/Gold/Sword beaches to the carnage of the Falaise Gap. On a subsequent journey several years later, my cousin's husband and I pursued this in further depth as we hunted about Trun and St Lambert-Sur-Dives (just north of Chambois) for the spot where Major David Currie of the South Alberta Regiment (mechanized), with the support of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada stood on the last road out of ...

    Bayeux Tappestries

    A travel blog entry by tastetheworld on Aug 30, 2010

    11 photos

    ... of the small towns of Quebec you will know what I am talking about. In any event, up we went to the monastery where we saw enchanting rooms and spectacular views. One view in particular was from a beautiful courtyard which is lined by graceful, fairly small . Plans were drawn up to build a building next to the courtyard so a large doorway was put in to the wall. The thing about it is that the other building was never built. So there is a big opening in the wall ...