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Address: rue Emile Demagny, Isigny-sur-Mer, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14230, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on rue Emile Demagny, Isigny-sur-Mer, is near Maisy Battery.
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    Travel Blogs from Isigny-sur-Mer

    William, Harold & the Final Dimanche Roast... Boo!

    A travel blog entry by jbowles on Aug 09, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... hold to your ear like a mobile and a narrator explains each scene, backed by music as you walk along the frame. The English version is narrated by a terribly plummy chap; he was ace! Fascinating hearing all of the explanations and the intricacies of the hidden messages. Crazy to think how much time and effort went into this storyboard and still blown away to have seen it... Really made my trip. We attempted a lunch out after the museum ...

    Museums and caramel

    A travel blog entry by djreed on Apr 28, 2015

    4 photos

    This morning, we headed back to the American cemetery at Omaha Beach. The visitors center was closed by the time we got there yesterday. So we spent about an hour there then walked down to the beach. It's windy today but sunny and the beach is very pretty. Dale continued walking down to the point d'appui which he found to be a great view of the landing area.

    Our next destination was a short drive to the Memorial Musee of Omaha Beach. Each museum ...


    A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Jul 19, 2014

    5 photos

    Today we woke up to more rain. Although we had a miserable start, we packed up and drove to Normandy beaches to visit where the soldiers would have been fighting in World War Two. When at the beach, we visited a cinema which gave us a 360 degree view of what it would have been like in 1944 onwards. Then, we walked down to the beach and wandered around the town before getting a baguette and an ice cream to eat. After having our ice cream, we walked back up to the campervan ...

    Arromanches and Omaha

    A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Aug 03, 2013

    19 photos

    ... so many of the places and sites. It was heartbreaking look into the eyes of those young men as they rode in the landing craft toward their fate and to see what the countryside looked like during and after the fighting. In order to liberate Normandy, it was sadly necessary to devastate it. So very sad, and yet, to see it today in all of its beauty, I can better appreciate the ability of the land and of the human spirit to rise above unimaginable tragedy and ...


    A travel blog entry by jarredstewart76 on Jun 25, 2012

    3 photos

    We started today at Omaha Beach, and apart from the historical significance it is one of the most beautiful beaches I have been on. The high cliffs are dramatic and the sand is dense and firm so that walking on it is easy and without the danger of your shoes filling with sand. The tide was out so we saw the beaches just as our soldiers did on the morning of June 6. Thankfully the beaches were empty of sunbathers and we were the only activity on the beach save a horse ...