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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

    We Split the Sheets . . .

    A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Oct 06, 2014

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    The Cathedral is so large, it took me an hour or more to see everything. I, then, drove around Bayeux trying to find the location where Tom would be dropped of from his tour. Even with the help of Lilith, I gave up and parked where I knew he would walk past. It was raining fairly hard and I thought he would be wet, wet, wet. At 6 p.m., I gave up. Thinking I ...

    Normandy beaches, D-Day Landing.

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... much better involved about the events of that day in June and the weeks after, leading up to the fall of Paris. Thought we would buy some local cider and apple brandy(Calvados).The lady selling at her farm could not manage a smile, let alone a "thank you". Back to a free camping spot where we had lunch, on the cliffs overlooking the beaches. At Longues-sur-Mer. Beautiful sunset. Calvados tasted ...


    A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Jul 19, 2014

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    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 ...

    Delayed-Bayeux, a history lesson& friendly french?

    A travel blog entry by kar60 on Jun 27, 2013

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    ... for a taxi to head to the beach town of Arromanches and visit the Debarquement Museum. It’s British Museum focusing on the building of the portable ports but it also provides a different overall perspective on the Allied Invasion. Trying to make up for my planning snafu - I arrange for the taxi cab driver to pick us up at this museum a specified time so we will make the next showing of the D-Day film. After much haranguing, his poor English ...


    A travel blog entry by jarredstewart76 on Jun 25, 2012

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    ... that might become a threat. Our Army Rangers scaled these cliffs using opens and ladders borrowed from the London fire companies, though I don't believe we probably returned them. The Germans didn't have the cliffs defended at ll because they never thought anyone would try to climb the cliffs. The landscape on he cliff is almost completely made up of large impact craters from Allied bombs, one of which almost consumed me thanks to some slippery grass and shifting rocks. ...