Hotel L'Eden

Address: Delasse, Brix, Manche, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50500, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Delasse, Brix, is near Liberation Museum (Musee de la Liberation).
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Travel Blogs from Brix

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

... a snipers dream. But despite many setbacks the Americans did eventually gain a foothold and managed to link up with The British and Commonwealth Troops who were further to the east of Normandy.


We then visited the cemetery and the sight of rows upon rows of crosses was quite breathtaking.

We spent an hour or so there and then it was time to move north up the Cotentin Penisular ...

Utah, Omaha, Juno, and Sword

A travel blog entry by jwharam on Sep 22, 2014

65 photos

... of the beach areas have been rebuilt into popular resort towns on the Normandy coast; the bunkers and barbed wire have been removed, bomb craters filled, and the areas reclaimed. Even the Phoenixes at Mulberry Harbor are slowly disappearing with storms and age.

One of the most poignant -- and joyous -- things we saw was a small child building sand castles on Sword ...

The Longest Day

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 06, 2014

16 photos

... love my country and I am proud of the men and women who have served and will always honor them. The second reason is never in our history has a group of leaders come together for a common cause and rallied the world behind them. The last (for this paragraphs sake) reason is we need to study history so we do not repeat the past mistakes. After getting back so late, I knew I would have a late start to my day especially since I wasn't sure what I was going to do. Most ...

Lest we Forget

A travel blog entry by barbo on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... rate of any British unit in the Second World War. From 125,000 volunteers with an average age of 22, the death toll was 55,573 with 8,000 wounded and a further 9,838 held in prisoner of war camps. The discovery of this missing Lancaster comes four months after the Queen dedicated the long-awaited Bomber Command memorial in London's Green Park to commemorate the 55,573 courageous men who died in action. The men of this crew are all listed on the ...