Hotel Le Bayeux

Address: 9, Rue Tardif, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | 3 star hotel
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      A Fitting Testament

      A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 16, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... known but to god" I saw many from the 101st Airborne, a renown division of paratroopers to whom my son Samuel Lear Jackson belonged and saw combat in a much later war. It is the division made famous by Stephen Ambrose's book and the HBO series "Band of Brothers."

      "This story shall the good man teach his son,
      And Crispin Crispian shall ne'er go by,
      From this day to the ending of the world,
      But we in it shall ...

      A Welcome Quiet

      A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 15, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... the coast to the north, had a delicious croissant avec jambon for lunch, rode south to a bluff as the sun set, road back and crashed into bed.

      This is the first quiet place I have stayed on this trip. It is a welcome ...

      D-Day Minus Thirty (A Dennis Post)

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 06, 2014

      44 photos

      ... maintains its medieval charm. The cathedral was built in the 11th century originally (though it has tons of Gothic elements now, like many French and Norman churches), but it is big and beautiful and measures up well with all the cathedrals we’ve seen on this trip so far. Plus we sampled the local food and drink, downing our share of the two things Normandy is famous for, their Camembert cheese and their cidre ...

      Pilgrimage part 2

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Mar 26, 2012

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... towns. They were strategically important during the war, but are only a crossroad with a few houses and barns.

      The little "towns" are usually less than a mile apart. You'll be driving, then there will be an open field for a few hundred yards, then a few more houses...and the new clump of houses have another name and are another town. They're all from the 1500-1600's, old rock structures that don't really seem real. You expect them to ...

      D-Day Beaches, Sainte Mere Eglise

      A travel blog entry by edg126 on Jun 07, 2009

      14 photos

      Busy day today to continue the commemoration ceremonies. We drove to Port-en-Bessin for a quick stop off. This fishing village was the site of PLUTO (Pipe Line Under The Ocean) a pipeline to carry water and oil for after the invasion from England. According to our tour guide, when the British captured the town they did so from the rear instead of the front (so as to not damage the pipeline) catching the Germans off guard. There wasn't much to see here, but ...