Ibis Le Havre Sud Harfleur

Address: Clos Labedoyere, Harfleur, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76700, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Clos Labedoyere, Harfleur, is near Musee des Beaux Arts Andre Malraux.
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Travel Blogs from Harfleur

Upper Normandy

A travel blog entry by mccritec on Apr 07, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... Weird to me, but amazing! This afternoon we did an extra tour to Honfleur, a seaside resort fishing village. Sitting in the sun on the wharf was great!! Back on board we're having a special lecture by Nigel Stewart, an expert on the Normandy Landings, where we travel ...

Arrived in Lisieux, Normandy FRANCE

A travel blog entry by susanjourney on Mar 28, 2015

30 photos

NO MATTER WHERE I LOOK THERE IS HUGE CHURCHES.........TWO WERE CLOSED,BUT THE BASILICA IS OPEN, AND IT WOULD TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY. SST THERESE FATHER AND MOTHER IS THERE AND THE ARM BONE OF ST THERESE. WHAT A MAJESTIC CHURCH IT IS. IT IS SO GRAND THAT IT DEMANDS YOU TO STOP AND REALLY BE AWARE ...

Walking 'til we just couldn't walk anymore.

A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Mar 22, 2015

8 photos

We then took the bus from Caen to Douvres as we planned to walk to nearby German bunkers. We had very basic directions as to how to get to them and once we got out of the town and around the farmers fields we found that our directions were even more basic than we expected.  We were to look for a forested area a few kilometres away from a certain town, but there were many small treed areas and no clear way to get to them.  Our ...

Tourist Time!

A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Mar 21, 2015

12 photos

... the Queen’s Own Rifles, on D-Day in the Second World War.  Standing by that house, covered in flags and plaques made me so proud to be Canadian.  It was an honour to be able to stand there and think about what happened during the war, and how grateful many French citizens would have been to be liberated.  I spent some time wandering the streets of Bernières.  I love looking at the French houses that line the narrow ...

France 2

A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Sep 20, 2014

... the wooden church which is free standing. We were told it opened at 12.00 so went there a little before and it was open so we went in. When the clock started doing all its things at 12.00 we were quickly told to leave so we were glad we had been there early. Obviously communication wasn't really good - could it have something to do with the different language I wonder???? We the went to Maisons Satie. Erick Satie was a 20th century composer & all round unusual ...