Hotel Du Manoir

Address: 655, avenue des Prairies, Tourlaville, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50110, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 655, avenue des Prairies, Tourlaville, is near La Cite de la Mer and Liberation Museum (Musee de la Liberation).
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      Travel Blogs from Tourlaville

      And we're off!

      A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Nov 01, 2014

      7 comments, 2 photos

      'Leaving on a ferrryyyy, don't know when we'll be back again!'................

      We were awake early to catch the 8.30am ferry to Cherbourg, another beautiful day with thankfully calm seas as Mandy doesn't have great sea legs! Arrived in Cherbourg at 1.45 french time and had a 2 hour drive to a small town on the Brittany/Normandy border called Pontorson.


      After checking in at 'Camping Haliotis' we walked ...

      The final ride

      A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Oct 05, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      Day 30 - Saturday, 4th October, 2014

      After another 'belly buster' of 'another' English breakfast, it was time to load up the bikes and get on the road towards Cherbourg where we were later to catch the ferry back to England.


      But first we visited the World War II Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial at Colleville-sur-Mer. Here 9387 American are laid to rest, a majority being ...

      Utah, Omaha, Juno, and Sword

      A travel blog entry by jwharam on Sep 22, 2014

      65 photos

      ... stone to stone you can't help but think of the story and legacy each of these young men and women wrote. The first thing that strikes you is how diverse a group these young men and women were, but mostly how incredibly young they were.

      Each cemetery -- American, Common Wealth, and German -- is very different; and each one stands as a reminder of the cost of war.
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      The Longest Day

      A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 06, 2014

      16 photos

      ... everyone is dressed in USA uniforms or wearing the flag or just has something American. It is really odd because I keep seeing USA stuff but they aren't American. I think my favorite was seeing an Italian dressed in a Canadian uniform. I just don't get it! I rested in the church and by the time I walked out, the entire square was packed with people for the parade. It was like Disney all over again! I knew it was finally time for the parade. There were about 4 ...

      Lest we Forget

      A travel blog entry by barbo on Jun 29, 2013

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... which commemorates the 20,389 World War Two airmen with no known graves. This information and more can be found on the internet, from Mail Online, The Daily Mirror, 60 minutes and the Australian Archives.

      “He was not spared to share the peace of a country he helped to save: but we remember him as a hero and treasure the life he gave.” – Courier Mail 6th June, 1946 – inserted by my Mum’s family.

      Lest we ...