Le Grand Hard

Address: La Riviere, Ste.-Marie-du-Mont, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50480, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on La Riviere, Ste.-Marie-du-Mont, is near The Airborne Museum, Utah Beach D-Day Museum, Utah Beach, and D-Day Battle Tours.
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      Day 2 Normandie

      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Jan 07, 2015

      9 photos

      Today we had a bit of a lay in coz we can coz we are on holidays;-) We headed into the large metropolis of Bayeux to do some grocery and wine shopping and I was so surprised to find the wine we had at my end of 39th year birthday dinner at this little posh French restaurant in the Emporium in the Valley however that was in 2007 and it cost my darling husband $72.00 at the time, yesterday it cost €9. I think I have found my drink for France as it is ...


      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Jan 06, 2015

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... this bunker is the original German gun used to mow down thousands of GI's and when you get up close you can still see the bullet marks on the outside where the GI's shot at the Germans inside the bunker. Similar to the opening scenes in Saving Private Ryan where the boys took the bunker right up on the beach. We came upon a bridge that the American army engineers built in 2 weeks, this bridge carried troops, ...

      A Welcome Quiet

      A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 15, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... like my own, was well tuned and the pavement was smooth. The country roads were narrow, but I soon found French motorists are to cyclists---especially old, panting geezers, in a heavy Pea coat packing a 40 pound suitcase on their back--very courteous and swing wide into the oncoming lane to allow a comfortable space when passing. There were fewer cars passing me than me passing cows.


      A Day Trip to Normandy

      A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 13, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      After spending another day on travel- (including 7 hours spent on one train- it broke down so we got stopped for two extra hours) we made it to Paris. We woke up early and caught the train to Bayeux (Normandy) and this time even splurged for a guided tour. We thoroughly enjoyed Adrien's infinite knowledge about the war and it made our experience so much better. We started off the tour at Pointe du Hoc which is one of the areas the Americans bombed hundreds of times in ...

      Honfleur to Bayeaux

      A travel blog entry by judeandpete on May 20, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Tapestry. It was a very we'll organised tour, with audio guides explaining the significance of each of the panels in the tapestry. It was an amazing piece of work, as well as an amazing insight into the fight over the English Crown. The supporting exhibits which told the story of the era were also very good. We also paid a brief visit to the Cathedral, another early example of the stonemasons craft. It is a very ...