Le Chateau d'Audrieu
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Chateau d'Audrieu
This was a beautiful chateau that has been converted into a B&B. We enjoyed wine on the patio outside. It was convenient for our visit to the beaches of Normandy.
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... Atlantic wall, field guns, and memorials. Then you have the opportunity to walk on to the beach. It is the strangest sensation to walk from a museum where you have been looking at photos and videos of fighting, death, and destruction... and then walk on to a beach where children are playing in the surf and kite surfers are out on the water enjoying the windy day. Life goes on, I suppose.
We had a bit of ...
... to see inside. Beautiful soaring space, slender stone columns holding aloft the vaulted stone ceiling, stained glass and hush, it was lovely. Came out and returned towards home with a detour to Balleroy. Like our trip to Combourg, we came into town and there were no signs to the chateau. The road curved left and went up a very long, very wide boulevard, incongruous in what seemed a rather seedy little town. Up the long hill we went and decided to turn around at ...
... It was right in Bayeux so it was a quick walk. We then walked across the street to the Museum of the Battle of Normandy. It showed how the D-day invasion led to the Allies pushing the Germans out of France. We then went to see the Bayeux tapestry. It’s this really large tapestry telling the story of William the conqueror. Wasn’t the most interesting thing to me. We then ate some lunch and headed to the train station. It was a longgg ride back but we finally made it. ...
10 Aug 2013
Going to bed at 2 Am and waking at 6.15 Am I have done before but it is getting harder. With pain I managed to get up this morning. 45 minutes… and we were on our way. A few hours later we passed the first cemeteries of the Flanders fields where, amongst the millions of others, many Australians have lost their lives in the first world war. Perhaps on the way back we can give ...
... from, we walked down the path to the beach. While it isn't that steep, it is covered in bramble type bushes that would give any barbed wire a fair fight. So, you make it out of the boats that were sinking and now get to climb a hill covered in sticker bushes while being shot at. Can't even imagine.
The next stop was Pont du Hoc, where the Rangers took out key German bunkers which allowed the activity at ...