Hotel des Voyageurs Saint Lo

Address: 5-7 avenue de Briovere, Saint-Lo, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5-7 avenue de Briovere, Saint-Lo, is near Musee des Beaux-arts.
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Lo

Day 8 - Mont-Saint-Michel to Normandy Beaches

A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 09, 2015

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... lead the "Gold" beach invasion 71 years ago.

We then took a hike up a nearby trail that gave us a different vantage point of the area and beaches. Sitting down at the top of the climb Jerry re-educated Kathy on some of the details of the D-day invasion. This was a classroom each student should have an opportunity to attend, nothing like being in the location your learning about.

We we headed ...

D-Day Beaches

A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

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... the people of Normandy.
After enjoying the city of Bayeux, it was time to meet up with our D-day tour guide. Francois, an English-speaking Frenchman with a perfect, thick, Hollywood-esqe accent was the most delightful tour guide we ever could have imagined. Both funny and knowledgeable, Francois made our day that much more enjoyable. It was great to hear the tour from someone with a French perspective – he grew up in Caen, which was heavily bombed and ...

Last full day in Normandy

A travel blog entry by iboersma on Jun 20, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... her, despite our French being pretty basic, but I left wishing I had a better command of the language for such tender topics...

We headed home in the later afternoon and, after packing up our belongings for our departure the following morning, Vero and I enjoyed a glass of wine as we watched the tide go out with the setting sun. Port-en-Bessin has been very good to us, so we hope to return here someday...

Sunday Funday!

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 08, 2014

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... 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 ...

D-Day Minus Thirty (A Dennis Post)

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 06, 2014

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... interview with a 94-year-old D-Day veteran being filmed at the cemetery, which was really moving to see). The cemetery was very pretty with its rows of white crosses overlooking the beach and ocean, and also very sobering to see, especially when you consider that the cemetery hold less than half of Americans killed in the Normandy campaign.

We also went to Pointe-du-Hoc, an area on top of a cliff between Omaha and Utah ...