Hotel Le Chantilly

120 Avenue De La Republique, Deauville, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14800, France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 120 Avenue De La Republique, Deauville, is near Casino de Deauville, Le Casino Barriere de Trouville, and Calvados Boulard.
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    Travel Blogs from Deauville

    Mont St-Michel

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 08, 2014

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    Today we ventured about an hour and a half southwest to the majestic Mont St-Michel. On this gray and overcast day, we were inspired by the site of the abbey rising up through the fog as we approached. The abbey has been an important pilgrimage center since A.D. 708 and a favorite site for French royalty through the ages. The town sits on an island surrounded by The English Channel. The tide sends the ...

    Omaha Beach

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 07, 2014

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    Today we walked Omaha Beach and got a good visual on the magnitude of the D-Day invasion. On June 6, 1944 the Allies finally gained a foothold in France and doomed Nazi Europe to failure. We then drove to the deeply moving Normandy American Cemetery where 9,387 American soldiers lie under simple, but beautiful marble crosses or Stars of David. The Garden of the Missing features the names of 1,557 soldiers who went missing ...

    France

    A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... to the charming little coastal harbor of Honfleur. We saw artists sitting at easels around the harbor, just as Boudin and Monet did. Many consider Honfleur the birthplace of 19th-century Impressionism. Threw a load of laundry in at the local laundromat and went to a little sidewalk cafe for an early dinner. Walked around the harbor before driving the beautiful tree-lined streets back to our hotel in ...

    Too many lives lost

    A travel blog entry by abbyandmorry on Jun 21, 2012

    ... of their own lives.  There is a plaque commemorating the Canadian Minesweepers who worked for months prior to D-day clearing the sea of mines.  So many lives lost. So many monuments and we didn't even touch the surface, not even getting to Utah beach further up the coast and missing Sword Beach as well.  By the time we headed out it was close to 7pm. Coming into Caen was wild. We had no instructions as to how to get to our hotel and Caen is a sizeable city.  We decided to wing ...

    Caen and D-Day Museum

    A travel blog entry by operationfido on Jun 25, 2010

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    ... tremendous bombing damages in the assault. The rubble made the urban fighting slow and deadly and the suffering and misery of the citizenry was severe.

    I began my city guided tour on the miniature train with multi lingual guide. I sat with a tourist couple from Rome. They could not believe bumping into a Texan tourist from Tennessee. The photos start out with the ducal palace and I proceeded on foot to the exterior of the Eglise St. Pierre, Eglise ...