Hotel Reine Mathilde
Travel Blogs from Bayeux
Sunday April 27
His view of the day:
How good can it get. Arrived in wet on a Sunday afternoon and for some reason upgraded to this fantastic apartment over a running stream behind. It is beautiful. Awoke this morning to blue skies and cool conditions. Out to Omaha beach, unpack the bikes for a beautiful beachfront …
The train ride from London's Waterloo Station to Portsmouth Harbour was… longer than it needed to be as we mistaken did not get off the train one station prior to the Harbour. The correct stop for our ferry was Portsmouth Seaside. A quick taxi ride and the loss of our new Loomix camera was all it took to put us back on track …
Early silly observations of our European trip
- English drivers are a little like Brazilian drivers – in a hurry, use their horns, pushy toward pedestrians.
· French drivers are more like Bend drivers – stop a cross walks, motion pedestrians to cross even if jaywalking, smile while motioning you across.
Looks like I'm a bit tardy reporting on my trip to Normandy with Sarah and Katie during a long weekend in late October--oops! Guess I'm picking up on the Spaniard's notorious habit for being late...
We picked a parfait weekend to tour the French countryside. In the absence of deciduous foliage in Spain, I was glad to get my autumn fix from …
First off, shmearing is a blanket of moisture. Almost like rain, just enough to frizz the hair and keep you wet.
Bayeux is a Northern very old city in the heart of Normandy, about 6miles from the D-Day Beaches. Population 14000. Charming and quaint there is still much tourism this time of year. However like a small …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Reine Mathilde Bayeux
Place was ok but the staff was always working to their capacity - efficient but no connection beyound the bare minimum. Restaurant of the hotel is also good but the service is very impersonal.
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