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

      BAYEUX

      A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 26, 2014

      5 photos

      ... to the German Cemetery. Obviously, the Germans did not bury their war casualties as there were in retreat. The US did, using German prisoners of war to help with the task. The cemetery is in stark contrast with the US cemetery. The white crosses in the US cemetery are replaced with dark, volcanic crosses; there are two German soldiers buried at each cross. In the center of the cemetery is a large hill where many of the unknowan German soldiers are buried. It is a dark, somber ...

      Shrimp, jazz and gambling

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Oct 07, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... the harbour. Around town there were also many funky art shops and galleries, the wooden Eglise St Catherine, and you could never get bored watching the comings and goings around the quay. We took a walk along the promenade and jetty with the industrial town of Le Havre and futuristic bridge Pont de Normandie in the distance. We ate our roast chicken baguettes sitting in the Jardins des Personalities with statues of famous Honfleurians surrounding us, ...

      Delayed-Bayeux, a history lesson& friendly french?

      A travel blog entry by kar60 on Jun 27, 2013

      17 photos

      ... experience for each of us – one that I highly recommend if you are visiting Paris. You easily could spend several days in the region, but if your time is limited the unanimous consensus is that the American Military Cemetery and Pointe Du Hoc were the most memorable and most moving sites we visited.

      At 6:30 pm we board our train to Paris some 24 hrs after arriving in Bayeux - more humble, more thankful and more aware than ever of sacrifices made by our ...

      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 ...