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I thoroughly enjoyed my stay. The service was stellar and I really loved the breakfast bagettes.
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Travel Blogs from Bayeux
... A stained glass window was dedicated on 25th Anniversary of D Day. It is just beautiful. Another soldier, Robert Murphy, whose story was shown in the movie, The Longest Day, scared lady who was going to the bathroom,while he was hiding, came back to Ste Mere Eglise every year in commemoration and dropped by parachute until 2008, shortly before his death. <b>Utah Beach</b> This was the easiest beach for the Allied Forces to take ...
... tells the story of the history of Bayeux (but strangely misses out most on William the Conquerer) before heading home for an early night.
Our opinion of Bayeux and Normandy? Wonderful. We wish we had more time here. The scenery was superb. Lush green fields studded with beautiful little villages, and superb food. Our wonderful accommodation and the weather helped, but we can honestly say this part of France is definitely on the list to explore more thoroughly one ...
... and spacious with a beautiful ensuite.
Had a fabulous dinner in the hotel tonight, am eating far too much wonderful food, and not enough walking!
Am so looking forward to tomorrow, seeing the Bayeux Tapestry in the morning and learning the stitches in the afternoon. The weather forecast is good so I plan to walk around the little town and some of the shops look very special too.
We made the trip from London to Paris to Bayeux by train. It was an impressive journey and the rail system is amazing. We got to see a lot of countryside and it's more comfortable than flying. Although finding our seat was a bit of a chore at ...
... ship. We find our way to our three bed cabin, grab some much-needed breakfast and enjoy the views as we leave England for the Normandy Coast – following a similar path as the allies did almost 71 years ago to the day.
We get to ...