Le Clos Normand

Address: 89 rue Pasteur, Saint-Aubin-Sur-Mer, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14750, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 89 rue Pasteur, Saint-Aubin-Sur-Mer, is near Juno Beach Centre.
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        Travel Blogs from Saint-Aubin-Sur-Mer

        Beaches of Normandy

        A travel blog entry by sammcroghan on Nov 07, 2015

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... our bus came to pick us up, so we decided to find a restaurant to have an late lunch/early dinner. We passed at least a dozen seafood restaurants on the way in to town, so we figured we would go to one of them. As it turns out (I guess I should have done some more research) all the restaurants close early in the afternoon. I don't know if they open up later for dinner, but there wasn't a restaurant to be found at 3:00 ...

        Je suis fatigue - I'm pooped!

        A travel blog entry by susannarachel on Jul 08, 2014

        11 photos

        ... a queen Victoria room, and another one a Waterloo room half devoted to Napoleon and half to the Duke of Wellington. There were photos in the hall of the Forbes family with Ronald Reagan, Elizabeth Taylor (who slept in the Waterloo room) Prince Charles, all manner of famous people. While most of the decoration was Victorian, due to the same old 'ransacked in the revolution', there was one original room with ancient parquetry and trompe l'oeil painted marble walls, ...

        The Bayeux Tapestry

        A travel blog entry by melannie.allen on Apr 11, 2014

        71 photos

        ... flat. To combat that, they used different colors to represent near, far and movement. So if you look at the horse legs they are different colors in order to show some movement etc. So fascinating! And interestingly enough, all the dyes used on the yarns are made from plants and they have held up completely for nearly 1000 years! But the colors of the dyes in the section that was restored during the early 1900's has ...

        D-day arrivals

        A travel blog entry by caseyfamily on Jun 04, 2013

        10 photos

        ... protection. The ferry from Britain lands just outside of the village so there were a lot of Brits at the museum and a lot of tears during the video. You can certainly tell how important this victory was to Britain for several reasons. Our travels took longer than we thought so we headed back home for dinner where Rowan figured out how to turn on the stove so we could cook our soup .... Thanks ...

        A D-day veteran to remember

        A travel blog entry by caseyfamily on Jun 02, 2013

        11 photos

        ... us view a observation bunker built by the Germans before the dday invasion. It was quite well designed and We learned that many french citizens were forced to help build the german atlantic wall. The kids completed a homework guide and won a prize at the end of the museum tour. Both Liam and Rowan were quite shocked by everything they saw and read throughout the museum. We were very moved by the Juno Beach ...