Hotel Du Havre

Address: 2 rue Guy de Maupassant, Yvetot, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76190 , France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2 rue Guy de Maupassant, Yvetot.
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    Day 18 Friday 6th November

    A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Nov 06, 2015

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    We awoke t be in Avignon and low and behold once again we had a vessel attach to outside our window. River cruising has become so popular that mown the river boats have to moor to each other at times and then the guests walk through the vessel closest to the dock to get to land, the first time this happened it was ,a bit off putting but we have adjusted to it. Avignon also dates back ...

    Day 17 Thursday 5th November

    A travel blog entry by kenbarbara on Nov 05, 2015

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    ... for us, this was lovely to watch. This town is known for hiding the Jews and Pierre's mother hid a doctor in the ceiling of her kitchen for 2 years and he was never found by the Germans,afterwards he became the family Doctor. Interestingly this town of 4000 people has several doctors 4 of which are physiatrists . Another of the groups visited a guides home that has been in her family since the war,she was able to show the people ...

    Northern France

    A travel blog entry by sini2014 on May 13, 2014

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    ... walking through small passageways, up and down many stairs, and rewarded with magnificent views. It currently has 45 habitants. Le Mont Saint Michel is an island commune dating back to the 8th century AD. It is of structural composition that exemplifies the feudal society that constructed it. The top is reserved for God, the abbey and the monestary. Below this are the Great Halls. Then the stores and common folk housing was at the bottom. ...

    Rouen - The Normandy beaches

    A travel blog entry by hcason on Aug 30, 2013

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    ... their regimental symbol is a flying Pegasus. The next stop is Arromanches for lunch, this is also Gold beach and the Mulberry harbour that was built to create a port until one could be captured. The concrete pontoons took three days to tow across from yards all around the British isles, some were made in Middlesbrough I believe. The harbour is all but destroyed now and only sections have survived, one section had washed up on the beach and it was ...

    Easter Sunday - Jesus is Risen!!

    A travel blog entry by tonyssabbatical on Apr 24, 2011

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    ... translations of Easter favourites - “Thine be the glory,” “Come on and celebrate,” “Lord I lift Your name on high,” “To God be the glory.” There was a time for open prayer, and the children went out before the sermon to watch a DVD!
    Over coffee afterwards we had more chance to chat, but Reuben and family were leaving soon after for a ...