Ibis Caen Porte de Bretagne

Address: 1 avenue du Fresne, Caen, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14760, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 avenue du Fresne, Caen, is near Peace Museum, Memorial of Caen, Festyland Parc, and Normandy Museum (Musee de Normandie).
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        The final frontier

        A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 10, 2015

        ... handful of shampoo, she went to wash her hair. And found she still had her sunglasses on!! Doh! And so to the final day! A relatively easy run in the sunshine up to Caen and the ferry. So folks, that is the end of another European adventure. I usually list the likes and dislikes at the end of a trip, so here goes. Likes The price of fuel in Spain and France, particularly the former - about 80p a litre The mountain roads ...

        Caen - France.

        A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on Jul 08, 2015

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        ... under 2 hrs. It was a fast train but not as smooth as our trip from Amsterdam. In Caen we found the taxi rank and a taxi driver, who was not impressed with losing her place in the taxi line for a short trip. Felt a little like Melbourne Airport to Keilor East. My initial reaction to our place here was of a backpackers hostel. You need to swipe a card to get in the front door and then a code to access the ...

        A VERY FULL day

        A travel blog entry by travelintchr on Jun 24, 2015

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        ... As we sat and enjoyed our croque-monsieur, our soup, and salad and cafe au laits, we noticed a petite lady with dark hair, moving rather quickly to the train station. Low and behold, it was "Tante Suzanne", who had decided to come and greet us at the train station. We exchanged kisses and many laughs and enjoyed each other's company at the cafe before walking down the street to get the car that ...

        The Battle of Normandy

        A travel blog entry by barbo on Jun 30, 2013

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        ... Poles. Between 15,000 and 20,000 French civilians were also killed, mainly as a result of Allied bombing. Thousands more fled their homes to escape the fighting. and many of the towns we have visted were all bombed. We went to the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer which contains row upon row of identical white crosses and Stars of David, immaculately kept, commemorating the American dead. We also visited the largest cemetery in Normandy the La ...

        There Are No Words

        A travel blog entry by zolina on May 18, 2012

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        ... again the next day, but then they would lose their shot until the next low tide 3-4 weeks later. But thankfully the weather forecast cleared and they went ahead with the invasion on June 6th, 1944.

        We next walked through the cemetery. It’s laid out in a rectangle, so we walked down one side and then came back up the other side. It’s so big that you can barely even see the middle from one end.

        I wandered alone for a long ...