Hotel Le Maupassant

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

Homeward bound

A travel blog entry by startrailers

Its our last day.Up at 5.30 We moved pitch last night, so we're on the main drive up to the chateau, so that we don't disturb anyone when we drive off.
Arrive at Ouistreham in good time and have our breakfast, while waiting in the ferry queue.
Its high tide and windy, so the ...

On yer Bike!

A travel blog entry by startrailers


... the other way, either! Hey ho!
We stopped first at a French memorial, where a volunteer was painting one of the vehicles on display.

Then we went on to the main memorial. It was very busy, and we noticed a lot ...

Old tapestries, new experiences

A travel blog entry by iboersma


What do the English words "nation", "station", "elegance", "monument" and countless others have to do with the year 1066? Quite a lot, in fact. 1066 was the year William the Conqueror (né William the *******) of the French Normans invaded England and successfully overthrew King Harold to become the new King of England. Since William and other educated Normans spoke French, the language quickly replaced Anglo-Saxon ...

D-Day Minus Thirty (A Dennis Post)

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... before the anniversary (and 30 days before we leave Europe), we set out on a battlefield tour to see the beaches and other important locations of the battle for ourselves.

We decided to do a full-day tour with Overlord Tours, and while they were pretty expensive, it was worth it. We went to a ton of different sites scattered across the various beaches and battlefield areas, and Alain, our tour guide, was fantastic.


More of the Normandy journey

A travel blog entry by carloswysling


... spots and dropping in the middle of this small village, much of the action depicted in the film the Longest Day. John Steele was one paratrooper whose parachute got hung up on the steeple of the church, where he remained for some hours till German soldiers lowered him to the ground and took him to a German field hospital to treat his wounds – he was one of the first American POW’s of the Normandy invasion.

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