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... is where our families landed. After Charles gave us yet another wonderful "instruction" on what happened, and didn't happen well there, he left us to be on our own to do and feel what we needed to do. Steve's "need" was to pray for the Uncle he never got to know and for all those brave men who came here to protect the freedoms we hold so dear. <b>American Cemetery</b> Our final stop, timed perfectly to coincide with the lowering of the flag ...
... a battalion of Rangers stormed the cliffs. Another good walk along the cliff tops enabled us to appreciate the valour of these soldiers of whom 135 lost their lives. The Utah Beach D-Day landing Museum was built on the very spot where American troops landed on 6th June and recounts the events of D_Day in ten sequences from its planning right through to the final success. A film "Victory Beach" relived the epic effort of the American soldiers during ...
... stopped serving at 2. We didn't mean to but we were forced to get Maccy D's. So that's what we did! In the sunshine with a few alcoholic beverages (with annoying French kids in the background!) A lovely afternoon then we (Jon) started the prep for our final roast of the trip. An unsurprising victory! We munched in the open - making the most of the weather - then turned in for Blind Side movie before early bed for a big day ...
The alarm went off at 4:30am. Rise and shine! After 2 long hours of sleep, it was time to get up! Frantically rushing to put our clothes in our suitcases and take quick showers, we made it out of the hostel by 5:20am! We went to the metro station to find out the train wasn't going to arrive for 30minutes. We decided we were going to miss our train to Normandy, so we got a taxi. The first taxi we found only had 4 seats, but the next one we just squeezed together. ...
We next take a train to the charming small town of Bayeux, which was in the middle of the WWII invasion. We checked into the aptly-named Churchill Hotel and then walk down the quant streets to grab some dinner before retiring for the night (but not before calling Nana and wishing her a Happy Birthday).
Other places to stay in Bayeux
117 rue Saint Patrice, Bayeux | 4 star hotelfrom $126
- Better than your Average N…
71 rue Saint Jean, Bayeux | 3 star hotelfrom $149
- Fine for an overnight stay…
- Soft bed, historic hotel
- First Class
25 rue des Bouchers, Bayeux | 3 star hotelfrom $113
14 rue Saint Jean, Bayeux | Hotelfrom $169
- Our home for the next 5 da…
- Very nice hotel
- Okay hotel
9 rue Tardif, Bayeux | 3 star hotelfrom $158
- Great location, great staf…
49 rue de Bellefontaine, Bayeux | 3 star hotelfrom $204
9 rue Genas Duhomme, Bayeux | 3 star hotelfrom $103
21 rue Saint Patrice, Bayeux | Hotelfrom $156
- Great little hotel
- Ideal spot
- Unhelpful and Rude Staff
Zone d'activite de Nonant, Bayeux | 2 star hotelfrom $65
- Bona relació qualitat/preu
- Portsmouth to Caen ferry c…
Chemin de la Cambette, Bayeux | 1 star hotelfrom $48
- teeny hotel with bunk beds
20 rue Alain Chartier, Bayeux | Hotelfrom $42
- 5 Stars
19 rue St. Martin, Bayeux | Hotelfrom $61
Bayeux | Hotelfrom $60
23 rue Larcher, Bayeux | Hotelfrom $130
- Good room (with a view)