Hotellerie l'Epi d'Or

Address: 23 avenue Michel d'Ornano, Blonville sur Mer, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14910 , France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 23 avenue Michel d'Ornano, Blonville sur Mer, is near Casino de Deauville, Le Casino Barriere de Trouville, and Calvados Boulard.
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    Travel Blogs from Blonville sur Mer

    On our way north

    A travel blog entry by sandyrob-2015 on Jul 05, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... 24kms from our destination, if we use the toll road or more than double that if we don't. We change our mind about toll roads. We should have know, this is France, and of course they have toll booths staffed with people. We pull up at the booth, hand over the appropriate amount of euro and are in Le Havre and at our hotel within 30 mins. Too easy. My first day of driving on the wrong side of the car, on the wrong side of the road! We do ...

    Mt Blanc to Dezenzana at Lake Garda. Italy.

    A travel blog entry by luceandmad on Feb 26, 2015

    8 photos

    ... look for somewhere to have dinner. What a find. Peschiera del Garda. After walking around a bit we found a restaurant L'Ostereo' that looked good but we were the only ones. Not long after, the restaurant was full and mostly locals, so it was a good call. Prawn and strawberry and balsamic salad, cheese fondue for starters, fillet steak and salmon, 2deserts, 2 cappuccinos, 1 L wine, €49. Sunday the 1st March was spent in Verona. What we thought would be a couple of hours visit as ...

    Homeward bound

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jul 10, 2014

    ... swelling up and down nicely!
    Find seats in a 'free' lounge and settle down to catch up on our sleep.
    We'll soon be home, after almost 5000 miles.
    Then it will be tackling a MH full of dirty washing, over 2 months post and the accounts to find out how much all this has ...

    116 A harbour full of Mulberries

    A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 13, 2013

    13 photos

    Day 116
    Further east is the town of Arromanches. After the D-day landing thousands of tons of equipment needed to be brought ashore but as there was no proper harbour close by, another solution needed to be found.

    Because the severe difference between high and low tides getting large ships closed to shore presented ...

    And old harbour

    A travel blog entry by jogo on May 18, 2013

    8 photos

    Arromanches was used to disembark around 9,000 tons of material per day during the Invasion of Normandy in 1944. An artificial port was installed immediately after D-Day for the unloading of heavy equipment without waiting for the conquest of deep water ports such as Cherbourg or Le Havre.