Le Bocage Hotel-Restaurant

4 route de Bricquebec, Yvetôt-Bocage, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50700, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 route de Bricquebec, Yvet˘t-Bocage.
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    Travel Blogs from Yvet˘t-Bocage

    Historic Cherbourg

    A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... others were Utah, (American), Gold and Juno (British) and Sword (Canadian).

    Altogether, the length of the five invasion beaches was some 80km. 156,000 troops were landed on the first day from a fleet of over 5,000 ships – so you can only imagine the logistics and the planning that took place in order to get these troops across the Channel and onto the beaches – and then to maintain ...

    First stop - Normandy

    A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Aug 17, 2014

    3 comments, 74 photos

    ... headed into town and got to the bank. Into the supermarket and picked up a few supplies.
    We are doing this 5/2 diet at the minute. The joys. Its a fasting day tomorrow so looking forward to my Tea tomorrow night.We travelled yesterday on a fasting day. I think we will have to change that about as most of our travelling will be on a Monday.

    I sat and managed to get a good bit of the journey planned as we have free internet on ...

    Heaven and Hell

    A travel blog entry by dannjess on Jul 30, 2014

    143 photos

    Today we experienced a place that was once Hell on Earth! On June 6th 1944, a massive Allied assault on the Normandy coastline aimed to liberate France and drive into Nazi Germany, infamously known as D-Day or operation Overlord. Today the beach is beautiful although a monument has been added, Les Braves, that is ...

    Today is the big Day. D-Day's 70th Anniversary

    A travel blog entry by nicolerpierce on Jun 06, 2014

    39 photos

    They said 10,000 people would be at the Sainte Mere Eglise town square d-day celebration and from the looks of it, I would believe it. It might have been more but there were so many people it was a bit overwhelming. Its strange how different American parades are. We hoot and holler and cheer for everything. The French golf clap, but you could tell by the words, "thank you" mouthed by so many, that they were grateful we helped liberate their country. It ...

    No Place Like Home for the Holidays

    A travel blog entry by t-todd on Dec 04, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Those gestures were very very nice and very much appreciated. However, what meant the most to me was that they were there. They were open. They were caring. They were smiling and warm. Perhaps it's because we're a bunch of foreigners, so we've been forced to bond quickly, forced to fill the basic human instinct of creating some sort of family unit: but I feel like this small group of friends I've made are my family here. After four months, I'm already as close to many of them as I ...