Hotel Le Maupassant

Address: 19 rue St. Martin, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, France | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Bayeux

    William, Harold & the Final Dimanche Roast... Boo!

    A travel blog entry by jbowles on Aug 09, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    After the cathedral, we went to the tapestry museum. Again, Jon waited whilst I went in (his insistence!) What a joy and a wonder! I remember learning about the Bayeux Tapestry at school and drawing Harold with his arrow in his eye. To stand and see the actual cloth... It was an amazing moment. The museum is so well done. The tapestry is stretched out in a darkened corridor, illuminated behind glass. Each visitor has an audio guide ...

    How did they make that?

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 13, 2015

    27 photos

    This morning after breakfast we set off for the town of Bayeux which is about 1.5hrs from Montmartin, back in the direction of Caen, from where we arrived on Monday on the ferry.

    Being a Saturday the traffic was not too heavy however, we did come across our fair share of fools on the road. In particular a group of motorcyclists who were hell bent on trying to kill themselves by overtaking us and numerous other ...

    Portsmouth to Normandy

    A travel blog entry by wfh on Jun 08, 2015

    3 photos

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    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).


    A 'finding a balance' kind of day

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Apr 29, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... be some huge extravaganza, when in actual fact it is only a couple of feet high, BUT is just under 70 metres long! It is displayed very well in a long winding dimly lit (for preservation) cabinet which worked well, as you were given an audio guide that started automatically playing when you commenced the walk around it.
    The tapestry is all about the story of frenchman, William the conqourer (oh gosh, I am forgetting how to ...

    Normandy & the D-Day Beaches

    A travel blog entry by lauraapple on Apr 23, 2015

    9 photos

    ... It's not until we visited Pointe Du Hoc that the destruction really started to become apparent. Points Du Hoc is a point that can be found in between the beaches of Utah and Omaha. The American Rangers took this site and the allied bombing that took place here is still evident today with massive shell holes and concrete bunkers totally torn apart. Our next stop was Omaha beach which out of all the D-Day beaches was the toughest to land on. It also saw the ...