Ibis Styles Ouistreham
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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lovely and rediculously close to ferry port- perfect for ferry crossing to Portsmouth.
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... got some cabs to take us to Bayeux where we would stay for the next two days. We stayed at the Churchill Hotel which was very quaint. For some reason, Bayeux was never bombed by the Allies and it was the first town that was liberated by the Allies. The hotel is filled with black and white pictures (signed) of various people that were involved with D-Day. The Band of Brothers picture is there signed by all of them. The innkeeper had many stories to tell of the pictures. As it is ...
... uphill to the Cote de Grace with the old cathedral and stunning views of the town. We also found the best bakery with our favourite baguettes of the trip in Honfleur where we went daily to purchase the seedy multigrain baguette they called cereale.
There were markets yet again in nearby Trouville, where we walked around the port and the fish market, and stopped for a seafood platter of deliciously fresh oysters, prawns and crab claws. It was ...
... ready for this cycle ride because I knew it would be a long one and I really, really did not want to get lost. As I prayed I would not get hit on the velo (bike) on the streets of Caen, I managed to find the nature trail that would take me directly to Ouistreham. Then, I saw the news... It was over 30km round trip ride to Ouistreham. It would truly be a stage in the Tour de France I think! I have to admit, there were some moments when I thought I was going to ...
... to gain
entry. But it was so much more than that. That had a restored C47 (military
version of the Douglas DC3) which they’d located in Bosnia Herzegovina,
stripped back to the fuselage in order to transport to northern France and then
restored it before putting it on display. According to the display it had
actually been involved in the D Day landings as paratrooper transport so it was
the genuine article.
Each of the ...
Of the beaches of the D-Day landings, Sword was in the British sector and the most easternly beachhead. On June 6, 1944, Sword lay and still does directly north and northeast of Caen.
The western boundary of Sword blended into the Canadian sector on Juno Beach. You can find the Sword beachhead by proceeding onto the Caen circle highway and either taking the D7 exit in the direction of Langrune-sur-Mer or the D514 up to ...