Hotel Le Chanteclair

Address: Ave du Colonel de Job, Arromanches-les-Bains, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14117, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ave du Colonel de Job, Arromanches-les-Bains, is near Museum of the Bayeux Tapestry (Musee de la Tapisserie de Bayeux), Cathedrale Notre Dame de Bayeux, Musée du Debarquement, and Musee Baron Gerard.
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Travel Blogs from Arromanches-les-Bains

Beaches of Normandy

A travel blog entry by sammcroghan on Nov 07, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... wanted to eat! The only place was a brasserie (bar) which sold food. But no fresh seafood. To make matters worse, on our search for restaurants we walked by fresh seafood stands where local fishermen were selling what they had caught fresh that day. I wish we were staying closer to Normandy! Seafood that fresh would have been amazing. I don't think it would have fared well on the three hour journey back to Paris... ...

D-Day Landings in Normandy

A travel blog entry by xcc2013 on Oct 02, 2015

77 photos

... friendly city and a welcome change of pace from the hectic nature of Paris.

Dinner was a fancy affair at Le Carlotta. Our jaws dropped as we saw how dapper some of the boys were in their newly purchased jackets and bow ties. The girls got out their best frocks and new lipsticks and looked lovely too!

Tomorrow we journey to Mont St Michel and then two nights in St ...

Day 8 - Mont-Saint-Michel to Normandy Beaches

A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 09, 2015

13 photos

... on our exit).

The Abbey is at the top of a mount in the bay surrounded by a fortified wall which itself is surrounded by the sea at high tide. The Abbey has been used as primarily as a monestary (still is today), a prison, a military fortress in the hundred year war. We have included many pictures as the beauty and architecture is hard to describe. Besides, a pictures is worth a thousand words and ...

D-day Beaches and Sites

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Aug 25, 2015

... long. Our restaurant hunt was easier today; we managed to find a restaurant in a harbor town recommended by B&A's neighbors. It was our first real restaurant meal in France, and I was ready for something that was not a sandwich, I was very pleased with my meal: starter was a dish of the biggest moules (mussels) I've ever seen, followed by a dish of melt-in-your-mouth beef with potatoes, with a dessert of a cooked peach with raspberries and sauce. Yum. The others were not as ...

Bayeux and Arromanches

A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on May 14, 2015

... to see so many remnants of Winston Harbour in the form of sunk blackberries and ships hulls that formed the breakwater to the harbour. The weather was too bad for us to visit other beaches so we returned to Caen. We went into the centre of the Caen which is a modern city and in the centre is a large walled Castle dating from the 9th Century, William the Conquerors ...