Hotel de Bretagne

Address: 145 Rue Aristide Briand, Pre-en-Pail, Pays de la Loire, 53140, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 145 Rue Aristide Briand, Pre-en-Pail.
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Travel Blogs from Pre-en-Pail

William the Conqueror

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 18, 2015

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... in the year 804 however due to numerous wars over the centuries it was damaged and rebuilt and today is still a beautiful and impressive building and well worth a visit if you are in this area.

The drive to Falaise took about 1.5hrs which we have found seems to be the average distance we are travelling when we go on these excursions. The car is racking up the kilometeres and we hope that it will last a few more days before we return it to Bielefeld.



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Day one

A travel blog entry by romgordona on Apr 21, 2015

... where the hoarse planes where used for stealth attacks. We then went the museum that holds the real Pegasus bridge and models of the tanks and planes used in the battle of World War Two, with great stories and artefacts that remained after the ...

Norman D-Day

A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Aug 27, 2014

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... bit of normal foccacia with Brie at the Lidl! A nice relaxing lunch looking out to sea it was kind of hard to imagine that this had once been the landing sight for so many troops!We crossed the road inland and found a little museum dedicated to the French Commandos that had trained with the English and then been involved in the landings, only 177 were trained and by the end of the campaign only 24 had not been wounded! Some of the old ...

Falaise, Normandy

A travel blog entry by yake on Jul 19, 2014

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Last day today..... Today we had a number of teacher seminars and a talk about Operation Overlord. This took place on a high point overlooking the area we were discussing - the view was breathtaking!! Our last stop for the morning was at the Bayeux cemetery. We weren't there long before we saw quite a crowd forming at the front entrance - we soon learned that there was a WWII vet in our midst! We learned that he was a British observation ...

Heading back

A travel blog entry by mary.braddock. on Jun 24, 2014

We arrived yesterday, travelling for over 150 miles to a campsite in Normandy, ready for the ferry at Caen on Wednesday night. We had not booked in advance so were uncertain that we would get in here but there was lots of space and it has turned out to be a very good site despite it being a council run business. It is quiet, clean and comfortable. There has been a large group of cyclists staying ...