Hotel Le Maupassant

19 rue St. Martin, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, France | Hotel
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    In Normandy

    A travel blog entry by legachicago on Oct 08, 2014

    6 comments

    ... at the grocery store down the street from the hotel.So i was ready if i got hungry.

    At the Caen train station I was met with other Normandy travelers, my name on a big sign. Our guide was Patrice and my other travelers were a couple from Arizona, Kansas City and Brazil. A good mix. I also met a fellow Decatur, Illinois couple at the Caen Memorial.

    As we arrived at the Caen Memorial I saw my second rainbow! As you will remember I saw ...

    Normandy beaches, D-Day Landing.

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 05, 2014

    7 photos

    ... much better involved about the events of that day in June and the weeks after, leading up to the fall of Paris. Thought we would buy some local cider and apple brandy(Calvados).The lady selling at her farm could not manage a smile, let alone a "thank you". Back to a free camping spot where we had lunch, on the cliffs overlooking the beaches. At Longues-sur-Mer. Beautiful sunset. Calvados tasted ...

    Bayeux

    A travel blog entry by ellenanddale on Sep 08, 2014

    10 photos

    ... On 6 June 1944 the US Army Ranger Assault Group eventually defeated the Germans after a botched landing and scaling the cliffs. Many of the original fortifications have been left in place and the site remains speckled with a number of bomb craters. Next stop was at Omaha beach. Landings here were necessary in order to link up the British landings to the east at Gold beach with the American landing to the west at Utah beach, thus providing ...

    D-Day Beaches

    A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... 8221;) that lead from the beach further inland. The troops landing on the beach could only move inland through these exits; in-between the exits were super steep hillsides, virtually impossible to scale. This is one of the reasons why Omaha was the most difficult landing sector and why there were so many casualties; not only did they have Germans firing on them from on top of the hill just past the shoreline, but any troops that were able to reach the valley exits were met ...

    On the Road again

    A travel blog entry by dresselhuis on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... property! When we arrived we were all just in shock as to that reality, but even more so to learn that we were staying in an incredibly large house - a Château apart the main house.

    We immediately toured the grounds to discover the highlights that will be the centre of our next few days here: a pool, a trampoline, a large field, a pingpong table, 2 donkeys, and 12 cats wandering about the property. Inside the house, we discovered that ...