La Garenne

Meuvaines, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14960, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bayeux

Homeward bound

A travel blog entry by startrailers

... swelling up and down nicely!
Find seats in a 'free' lounge and settle down to catch up on our sleep.
We'll soon be home, after almost 5000 miles.
Then it will be tackling a MH full of dirty washing, over 2 months post and the accounts to find out how much all this has ...

Je suis fatigue - I'm pooped!

A travel blog entry by susannarachel

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... a queen Victoria room, and another one a Waterloo room half devoted to Napoleon and half to the Duke of Wellington. There were photos in the hall of the Forbes family with Ronald Reagan, Elizabeth Taylor (who slept in the Waterloo room) Prince Charles, all manner of famous people. While most of the decoration was Victorian, due to the same old 'ransacked in the revolution', there was one original room with ancient parquetry and trompe l'oeil painted marble walls, ...

On yer Bike!

A travel blog entry by startrailers

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... was out and they were used to pull the fishing boats back up the beach.


There were also a lot of people digging for shellfish, including people from the campsite.
Le Cormoran bills itself as' right on Utah ...

Beautiful Bayeux

A travel blog entry by abryan124

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... down the streets, I could still they are very proud and thankful to all. In the pictures, you'll see flags of every Allied nation. They are gearing up for what is going to be a crazy D-Day celebration! I had perfect weather for my visit to Bayeux. It was sunny and blue skies! The city itself had a nice small village feel to it. As I walked down the Main Street, I heard 1940s music playing in the background. After returning from Bayeux, the real fun began. My French ...

Normandy Beaches- Bayeux, France

A travel blog entry by mwetzel

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... see Omaha beach from the cemetery.

Afterwards we went to Pointe du Hoc. Hoc means hook in French so it’s a point on the beach that juts out like a hook. On D-Day, Army rangers were able to scale the cliffs there and take out all the German defenses in that area. It was also heavily bombed so when you see it from above it looks like the moon with all the craters. All the craters are still there so we had to walk around them all to get to the "shore." We even ...

 

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