Ibis Budget Bayeux

Address: Zone d'activite de Nonant, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | 2 star hotel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Budget Bayeux

      Reviewed by annabelrofin

      Bona relació qualitat/preu

      Reviewed Aug 3, 2014
      by (17 reviews) , Spain Flag of Spain

      Molt pràctic i tranquil. Bona relació qualitat/preu. Restaurant al costat de l'hotel.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by dawidstowe

      Portsmouth to Caen ferry crossing.

      Reviewed Oct 2, 2013
      by (3 reviews) West Midlands , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      This was just a basic hotel for a convenient one night, before riding to Biscarrosse Plage near Bordeaux of France.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Budget Bayeux

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Bayeux

      Island in the sun

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

      ... is buried. That's strange, because I thought they would have to die first. She also told us the nuns live in the village outside and only the monks live at the abbey, yet in 2011 we were told only nuns lived there. The abbey is an incredible feat of architecture. It was built on a pyramid-shaped rock. The point is in the nave and a platform is built on top of that, supported by crypts of people who died during the time of construction. We walked ...

      BAYEUX

      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... grave marker had a few lines from the soldier's survivors. Bob said reading these inscriptions was very moving). Our final adventure was a day long trip to Mont St Michel, a Benedictine abbey that started to be built in 708 and was completed sometime in the 1400s. It is the second most visited place in France (behind Paris). It was built on sort of an island - it becomes an island hen there is high tide - the tides here are the highest in Europe changing up to forty nine feet. ...

      Final Day at WEG and Caen

      A travel blog entry by blaurin on Sep 07, 2014

      1 comment

      ... and Boyd Excell, who was always our best chance for a gold medal at WEG. Boyd was second after the dressage phase, but went ahead by half a point in the marathon!

      As Boyd was in the lead and would be driving last on the Sunday, it left us with a dilemma for the show jumping final which was to be held in the afternoon on Sunday as well. Getting from one event to the other was not a problem, but getting a seat for show jumping was a ...

      D-Day Beaches

      A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

      16 photos

      ... when our troops landed. There’s a difference of about half a kilometer between high tide and low tide, so landing at low tide was an incredibly strategic decision – thought it meant the troops would have farther to travel to reach the shoreline, it allowed for our forces to see all the barriers, obstacles, and defensive structures the Germans had placed on the beach. Had we attempted to land at high tide, all of those dangerous defenses would have torn us to ...

      Normandy to Calais

      A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Jul 26, 2014

      93 photos

      ... Audio guides were included in the ticket price and explained it all. Then on to Arromanches back on the coast where an artificial harbour was created for the D-Day landings. We waited at the Aire for a few minutes and managed to get a space when someone left. We went for a walk up to cliffs overlooking the beach and town and then along the coast to the next beach and back again. Lots of tourists around, especially English and Dutch. There was a 100-year-old British veteran with all ...