Hotel Le Bayeux

9, Rue Tardif, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bayeux

Rain rain go away!

A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 10, 2014

... cosyness of the van we decided to have soup for lunch, even tho it wasn't cold there something warming about soup! By now the wind had joined in with the rain and it was blowing a hooli. The van was being buffeted by the wind and the rain was so loud we had to shout to each other to be heard. Spent a couple of hrs watching The inbetweeners on the laptop then the sun came out and dried everything up, still bloody windy tho. Spent the afternoon sitting out reading and drinking ...

Lost in Paris!!

A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 08, 2014

Up to a drizzly morning in Paris, went for a wander into the local town of Le Vesinet, after a few cups of tea we left Milly's around lunchtime. This was to become one of my worst few hours since we left home 3 and half weeks ago. Milly had given us directions out of her road and directions to follow but Miss Snooper had other ideas, I was driving so the decision was, do we follow her or the directions we had been given! I can't now remember who's decision we followed but safe to ...

Paris and the Norman Invasion

A travel blog entry by aviruthia on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... we stumbled upon the African zone), paid our respects at the grave of Alfred Dreyfus plus those of Sartre and de Beauvoir (left stones on the former, but not the latter), drank coffee in sidewalk cafés (strange how the chairs never face each other across the tables - they always and only face only the sidewalk) and ate our range of fine food (one night in a boutique upscale restaurant with a small but daily different menu and a selection of fine ...

Bayuex and the D-Day beaches

A travel blog entry by jaq123 on Jun 21, 2011

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Our first day in Bayeux was spent exploring the D-Day beaches. Anyone who knows Andre will know that this part of history holds a special interest to him. This may be because his mother, rather than reading to him childrens stories like Winnie-the-Pooh, she would instead read The Longest Day as a bedtime story each night. We began the day visiting Pegasus Bridge and Cafe Gondree, which was the first piece of land liberated ...

Bayeux

A travel blog entry by yokikat on Jun 06, 2010

... For a small town it sure is a big ass church. A beautiful chruch with some stunning stained glass, but a big ass church. From there we went walked through the small winding streets to a large park. This park was actually being set up for a d-day picnic and concert. We continued to wander the streets of the town, admiring the architecture and looking at old stuff when we came upon it. One of the few shops that was open, as most stuff is closed on ...

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