Hotel Ibis Falaise

Address: rue des Freres Michaut, Falaise, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14700, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on rue des Freres Michaut, Falaise, is near Château Guillaume le Conquérant.
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    Travel Blogs from Falaise

    Travel Back Home

    A travel blog entry by travelintchr on Jul 02, 2015

    5 photos

    ... train station in Caen. Marie-Claude said that the sky was crying since we were having to leave. ;) She has been so kind and had such a nice house for us to rent. I believe that it will be a place to lay our heads when we make future trips to France. Suzanne, bless her heart, showed up at the train station in time to see us depart. That sweet sweet lady is such an inspiration to all of us in the way she lives life -- healthy lifestyle and lots of love ...

    William the Conqueror

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 18, 2015

    17 photos

    ... le Conquerant. 'Guillaume' in French means Willam so it is called the Castle of William the Conqueror. William was not always regarded as a royal and was originally known as William the ******* due to the fact that he was the illigetamite child of Duke Robert the Magnificent and a tanners daughter. Little did they know he would one day become the King of England.

    The Castle today is mostly ruins however it is still an impressive place to visit as the ...

    William the Conqueror

    A travel blog entry by barbo on Jul 01, 2013

    28 photos

    ... Tapestry. The Bayeux Tapestry isn’t really a tapestry – it is linen cloth embroidered with wool yarn, made to commemorate events in the Norman Conquest of England and the Battle of Hastings in 1066, when William the Conqueror (The Duke of Normandy) became King of England. According to the legend, the tapestry was made by Reine Mathilde, wife of William the Conqueror. In fact, it may have been ...

    Road To Falaise - Taking Care of Business

    A travel blog entry by ehjelter on Apr 24, 2011

    3 comments, 34 photos

    ... site and museum at Mont-Ormel; spending some 'down' time at the cheese haven in the village of Camembert; searching about Vimoutiers for the last Tiger I tank still displayed on French soil; and, finally, steering the diminutive rental auto northwest for a return to my 'digs'.

    This was to be a full-day trip venture that would involve driving some 400 km with a starting point west of Carentan. It will take from dawn until post dusk and be a time for quality reflection. ...

    WWII Extravaganza

    A travel blog entry by andrewhegerty on Jun 02, 2010

    Once again we awoke to another fantastic French day. After having our usual pastries for breakfast we decided to continue our travels through what I am now dubbing the war coast. The Somme Valley where we were yesterday was the centre for the battles in WWI where as today in Normandy we are in the "primary" conflict area for WWII. We started our Normandy adventure at Pegasus Bridge; named by the British after they captured it in 1944. ...