Hotel Le Maupassant

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

      Bonjour, comment allez-vous?

      A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Feb 27, 2015


      ... are much smaller than pound notes and slightly smaller than US notes. They're a bit wider but not nearly as long. I felt like I was handling monopoly money. The euro also has only coinage for all denominations under 5. Paying for things is with the euro will be easier because it is pretty much on par with the US dollar, so not as much mental conversion. To convert pounds to dollars, you had to take the amount in pounds multiplied by 1.5. For euros, ...

      Final Day at WEG and Caen

      A travel blog entry by blaurin on Sep 07, 2014

      1 comment

      ... so the top horse went to the American horse, as all the riders went clear on him.

      The Dutch rider did win, with France second and USA third. I was really quite impressed with the French crowd at the medals, as when the Gold medalist did his final lap of honour on his own, the crowd turned their flags on the side and made it a Netherlands flag!

      Our final trip from Caen to Bayeux then starting our packing ready to get going tomorrow!


      D-Day Beaches

      A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

      16 photos

      ... when our troops landed. There’s a difference of about half a kilometer between high tide and low tide, so landing at low tide was an incredibly strategic decision – thought it meant the troops would have farther to travel to reach the shoreline, it allowed for our forces to see all the barriers, obstacles, and defensive structures the Germans had placed on the beach. Had we attempted to land at high tide, all of those dangerous defenses would have torn us to ...


      A travel blog entry by belldallas on Jul 26, 2014

      4 comments, 38 photos

      ... were staying. Two American paratroopers landed in her pasture in the middle of the night and knocked on her door. She fed them and hid them in her attic for 3 days until the Germans had left the area and then they left to meet up with their units. The grandmother also met a Canadian soldier who was an Indian who wore a necklace of ears from the German soldiers he had killed. Quite the trophy. Then on to the town of Saint Mere Eglise where the story of a U.S. Paratrooper who got ...

      The american cemetery of normandie...

      A travel blog entry by hugosince1999 on Jul 28, 2013

      43 photos

      ... nice and beautiful there, and also it has an amazing view of the sea on the northern side of the cemetery.

      (The photos were taken with a 8 Megapixel iPhone 4S camera, a 16 Megapixel Samsung Camera ST 72 and a 9 Megapixel Lumix camera)

      P.S Please click into the photo to see my descriptions for each and every photo. I would appreciate comments given to my blog, thank ...