Le Bocage Hotel-Restaurant

4 route de Bricquebec, Yvetôt-Bocage, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50700, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yvet˘t-Bocage

November 23rd - Normandy Beaches

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan

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... get a grasp on what took place. Our last stop was an American war cemetery. Here we were able to see movies with some war footage but mostly about the soldiers, putting some faces and life stories to the men and women who had died here. It was all well done, not too graphic for our kids but enough not to glorify war.

We walked through the cemetery which was pretty powerful to see so many crosses, rows and rows. The kids all noticed the precision with which each row of crosses had ...

Cherbourg

A travel blog entry by soultraveler01

Arrived at Cherbourg about 12 midday went out had a look around the port the first thing I noticed was the Art Deco terminal looks amazing and once through the terminal took 10 mins To walk into town and had a look around, quite a nice town. Heading to Portugal in the afternoon of the next day docked in Cherbourg due to weather ...

Lest we Forget

A travel blog entry by barbo

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... have simply disappeared in the fog of war. There are, according to some reports, some graves marked as 'unknown airmen’ in the local cemetery and there is of course a possibility that these hold the crew of ND739. The statistics of this day are very sad and sobering. Only 28, and already the veteran of dozens of missions, Ron Conley was just one of 3,000 Allied troops who died on D-Day after his plane was shot down. Bomber Command suffered the ...

Ups and Downs

A travel blog entry by t-todd

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... Ester started crying.

This morning Sophie tried to choke Ester, and Ester clawed Sophie's back. It was awful. I separated them, and managed to get them calmed down. We all ate lunch in separate rooms so they had time to think and reflect on what they'd done and why it was wrong. And then at the end of our segregated lunch, Isabelle called.

Sophie put her on speaker-phone, like she usually does so we all can hear, and ...

D-Day (the day of travel)

A travel blog entry by t-todd

... Airport and scare my father and grandpa. Eventually though, I had to hug everyone goodbye and go through TSA, and while it was sad, I managed to hold myself together. I just had to remind myself: I'm going to France! What's there to be sad about?

However, when I hugged my father goodbye, the thought crossed my mind that this was the last real familiar face I would see for a while. True, I would meet the French family who had hired me, and I ...

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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding