Hotel des Voyageurs Saint Lo

Address: 5 avenue de Briovere, Saint-Lo, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5 avenue de Briovere, Saint-Lo, is near Musee des Beaux-arts.
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Lo

Normandy Tour

A travel blog entry by gandshorvath on Oct 27, 2015

3 comments, 51 photos

... a few hours, established a beachhead and began the liberation of the French people. <b>Lunch</b> We then had a very lovely lunch at the charming family home of the  owner of the Tour Company, Andy, who has since moved a bit closer to "civilization". <b>Pointe du Hoc</b> Our driver, Charles, told us that many find this the most emotional part of the Tour.  When you realize what it took for those soldiers to climb that mountain, believing that ...

A time to remember and be proud

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Oct 03, 2014

8 photos

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We were given a warm welcome by the proprietors of the hotel/guest house that we were staying, Adrian and Karen.

After dumping our stuff in our room we went for a walk around Arromanches and had our first view of the beach which is famous for being 'Gold beach' during the Normandy Landings on D-day, 6th June, 1944. This is the beach that was attacked by mainly the British Forces and where the ...

Juno Beach

A travel blog entry by yake on Jul 14, 2014

8 photos

... the museum and check out the new 'name posts'. The 'name posts' were erected by the Juno Beach Centre. On each sign post, is a QR code that when accessed, will show a soldiers biography -SFDCI student biographies are featured there! We had a good hour to spend some time on the beach. Both Josh and I waded into the water - it was beautiful! We had a lot of finding rocks and shells along ...

Sunday Funday!

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 08, 2014

6 photos

... and then they just jump out! Overall, I think close to 1,000 paratroopers jumped. They came from all over the world! Most were from the USA but there were French (obviously), German (awkward), British, Swedish, and maybe a few others. I could tell when it was a new country because the chute's changed colors and design. The planes kept circling the zone and it never seemed to end! They were all landing on the field that held a huge battle early in ...

Bonjour from Bayeux

A travel blog entry by tk2014 on May 06, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... contrast to ol' Paris. The most fascinating part of the area though is definitely the D-day beaches (about 20 minute drive from Bayeux's historic cathedral and city centre). We were lucky enough to go on a tour of the beaches yesterday which will be an experience not easily forgotten. Our tour guide Francois has lived on Omaha beach (where America suffered its greatest casualties of the landing) his entire ...