Le Moulin Girard

Address: le Moulin Girard, Percy, Manche, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50410, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on le Moulin Girard, Percy.
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Travel Blogs from Percy

September 2015 - Runaround in the Rapido

A travel blog entry by linanne09 on Sep 24, 2015

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... as the caisse didn't open for the gas until 2:30. Next place on the list was listed on Maps.me as Genets, which was a place that Mike had wanted to come to for some reason. We travelled down mostly single carriageway roads and hoped that we'd not meet anything coming the other way. Fortunately, we didn't meet anything bigger than a car! I balked at the lane we were supposed to travel down to get to the car park - a car, yes, but not our Rapido. ...

September 2015 - Runaround in the Rapido

A travel blog entry by linanne09 on Sep 23, 2015

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DAY FIVE - WEDNESDAY Well, last night we watched four episodes of Game of Thrones which was spoilt a bit by the rain drowning out the volume. We woke up to a fine morning, had our coffee and McVITIE's suggestive biscuits, which we remembered to buy yesterday and then set off. Granville is our destination.- across the other side of the Cotentin Peninsula. We needed to ...

Visiting Mont Saint Michel

A travel blog entry by sandyrob-2015 on Jul 05, 2015

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... here. The abbey closes as 7pm but it seems the buses continue to drop people off and pick them up again, until dark. After about 9pm, it seems the day trippers have left. Mind you, there seem to be a lot of hotels in the island so there are still plenty of people around. We head back to the hotel for a slightly earlier night than we've had since starting the bike ride as we're both a little tired from that week. More exploring to be done ...


A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Sep 12, 2014

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... have embraced tourism for the sake of profit and charge people to see their shack full of bombed landing craft, rusty helmets, and newspaper clippings. We were far more impressed with the sites that appeared to have international funding and served as open-air monuments. One such location was Pointe du Hoc where the Army Rangers scaled the cliffs with grappling hooks to ambush the German positions.

The cliffs were riddled with ...


A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on Jun 05, 2014

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... in the museum was an attraction of sorts that had us start out walking through the inside of a plane set up with soldiers ready to drop out over the town while they played sounds similar to us flying over a town. Then outside the plane they had the town set up with the site of the fake fire and a video of all the parachutes descending towards the area. Once we spent some great time in the museum of course we hit up the shop on the way out. Now with people flooding into the town ...