Le Moulin Girard

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

Day 7 - A Roundabout way to Mont Saint Michel

A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 08, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... sure would hate to have to read street signs!!

We we stopped in a small town Ernee for our main meal of the day. We chose a hotel restaurant called Hotel Grand Cerf. The menus were written on small chalkboards and all in French. Jerry, knowing what Kathy likes and dislikes (he should after almost 14 years) kicks his French into gear and orders a lovely lunch. We started off with cold tomato appetizer, followed by a green salad, a chicken over couscous with a ...

Day 3 Ponterson

A travel blog entry by simonsueroute66 on Aug 30, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... accommodation for the night. The beautiful small French town of Pontorson. Our B&B amazing. A small family run home with all the traditional cuisine and stylish decor. So pretty and homely. The owners booked us a table for dinner at a local restaurant. Fab meal. Messed my dress up though with grease. I blamed the manager..... Lol...... I got a cuddle from him... Bless. Off to the city of Nantes tomorrow. Approx 100 miles south. A bigger place so a change from the others. ...

Visiting Mont Saint Michel

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

12 photos

... proper moving wheels. Just as well as the bus only takes us part of the way. We then have about a 300m walk including uphill, through a very narrow cobblestone street dodging other tourists. Now that we're back carrying our own luggage, I'm very pleased that I packed light. Our hotel is very cute and tiny. One of those where you have to go outside to change your mind ;). Well kitted out though. We head out to explore the 'rock' and the ...

France - Day 2

A travel blog entry by ericandyulia on Aug 31, 2014

Stayed Bayeaux, woke up to full on French breakfast of croissants, apricot tart (Yulias favourite), crepes and bacon & eggs. We were picked up by a lady named Sunny for our 3hr toe of the D-Day beaches and memorials. The tour took us to places such as the remnants of the British portable harbour, the US cemetery, Omaha beach and some bunkers with actual guns still in place! After our tour we drove to Mont Saint Michel. Here we checked into ...


A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on Jun 05, 2014

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... landed and thousands of critical vehicles and munitions were brought over onto the coast. This was the closest landing point to the heavily defended German area of Cherbourg, so here the allies could barricade the Germans in between them to the south and the sea to the north. Eisenhower added the landing at Utah only a few months before Dday and it was considered to be the most risky landing given Rommels fortification of the Atlantic wall and the flooding of the low ...