Hotel De La Poste

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

    In Normandy

    A travel blog entry by legachicago on Oct 08, 2014

    6 comments

    Hello Bonjour Amis!
    Today I am taking the train out to Caen and checking out the Normandy D-Day sights. I am on a small tour group different from Rick Steves tour. Today they are going to Montmarte and an evening guided tour of the Louvre. I know, I hear you, however when I made this trip the Louvre was on a different day. They changed a few things.

    I left my hotel in the dark and it was raining at 6:00am. I had a 7:00am train in the Gare ...

    Chartres and Caen

    A travel blog entry by wrightmob on Oct 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... and harrowing at the same time. Interestingly when buying our tickets the receptionist asked if we would sign a petition in favour of keeping the 'kissing sailor and nurse' statue at the entrance. Apparently they were under pressure from a feminist group who claimed that it was demeaning to women and should be removed. We signed. Heading for the early ferry from Caen to Portsmouth tomorrow and really looking forward to seeing the family again soon. First stop Exeter! ...

    Six semaines de francaise

    A travel blog entry by andiland253 on Jun 12, 2011

    ... aux Hommes (The mens Abbey) which was even better. Saturday was spent hanging out with friends, shopping, and exploring the city. And then today (Sunday). Included in my tuition for these courses, are weekend excursions outside of the city. 2 are free and 2 are 40 euros (the exchange rate is hard to get used to) and we can choose which ones we go on. Today was one of them. They took us to 2 different cities right on the water. One was called Honfleur ...

    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 ...

    The Falaise Gap

    A travel blog entry by rlcodling on Aug 10, 2009

    8 photos

    ... th century). After that we headed slightly north-east on the D16. This area was lush and green, with hills and valleys, and apple orchards that must be used to make Calvados. It was so quiet and peaceful; it was hard to imagine the misery that it once saw.

    The Museum is dedicated to the Battle of the Falaise Gap, and the Memorial on site is to commemorate the actions of a Polish Division that defended Hill 262. What is interesting about ...