Hotel des Voyageurs Saint Lo

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

Rain rain go away!

A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 10, 2014

... cosyness of the van we decided to have soup for lunch, even tho it wasn't cold there something warming about soup! By now the wind had joined in with the rain and it was blowing a hooli. The van was being buffeted by the wind and the rain was so loud we had to shout to each other to be heard. Spent a couple of hrs watching The inbetweeners on the laptop then the sun came out and dried everything up, still bloody windy tho. Spent the afternoon sitting out reading and drinking ...

Lost in Paris!!

A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 08, 2014

Up to a drizzly morning in Paris, went for a wander into the local town of Le Vesinet, after a few cups of tea we left Milly's around lunchtime. This was to become one of my worst few hours since we left home 3 and half weeks ago. Milly had given us directions out of her road and directions to follow but Miss Snooper had other ideas, I was driving so the decision was, do we follow her or the directions we had been given! I can't now remember who's decision we followed but safe to ...

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 tour

A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jul 07, 2013

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... to see the cliff and defences that the Americans faced. In the first wave they lost 90% of the troops and consequent deployments also had major losses giving the name of bloody beach. Its sad and difficult to imagine how frightened the men must have been, and to think that many were not even 20 with the youngest perishing aged 16.

Next was a visit to the American Cemetery where there are nearly 10,000 marked graves and a wall of rememberence of ...

Normandy and D-Day

A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Jun 23, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... Bayeux, brought us to the center piece of this trip: here we are close to all places we want to visit and honor.

A long bike ride with Gwenn (for us a 30 mile ride is "long") from town to the coast and a visit to Arromanche, where the artificial harbor was created by the invading forces to allow the unloading of soldiers and materiel. The planning and fabricating and miles of breakwaters, docks, bridges were done and executed ...