hotelF1 Le Havre

Address: 1 rue du Chateau d'eau, Gonfreville-l'Orcher, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76700, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 rue du Chateau d'eau, Gonfreville-l'Orcher.
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Travel Blogs from Gonfreville-l'Orcher

Honfleur, France

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Aug 28, 2015

... and a very nicely flavored pasta with vegetables. Dessert was even better: creme caramel and a dense little chocolate cake. By now, I feel more comfortable with the restaurants and the food than I expected, as long as we stay at at fairly low level. Like at home, the fancier the establishment, the more complicated the food. I understand the "menu" concept, which usually means an entee (starter), plat (main) and dessert. One can get this for 18-20 euros, tax and service ...


A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Aug 25, 2015

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... a gale) at the Fecamp Harbour, then spent a couple of hours touring the Benedictine Palais and Liqueur Distillery. This is the place where Benedictine monks invented numerous elixirs between the 12th and 17th centuries. One such monk, Dom Bernardo Vincelli, crafted an elixir recipe which became famous throughout the region and was produced by the monks for three hundred years up until the French Revolution when ...

The Longest Day

A travel blog entry by robertwest on Jul 23, 2015

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... recreated the scene with a dummy and a parachute. He is a lot closer to the ground then I imagined from the dDay movies that I had seen. After a treat we headed off to the American cemetRy at Omaha beach. Interestingly 60 per cent of the bodies were repatriated to the U.S. After the war so only a fraction of vets who died on d day are buried there. The Americans also appeared to bury al of their vets who died all over Europe here. The cemetery is huge with endless rows of crosses. ...

Tourist Time!

A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Mar 21, 2015

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... the Queen’s Own Rifles, on D-Day in the Second World War.  Standing by that house, covered in flags and plaques made me so proud to be Canadian.  It was an honour to be able to stand there and think about what happened during the war, and how grateful many French citizens would have been to be liberated.  I spent some time wandering the streets of Bernières.  I love looking at the French houses that line the narrow ...

Mont St Michel

A travel blog entry by thevanvliets on May 05, 2014

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It was a big day of driving. I wasn't careful enough with the GPS so we went to the wrong place. You'd think that the "hotel across from Mont St Michel" would be close but it's actually across the bay and 38km by road from the actual Mont. d'oh! Analise was with the Bushes and they waited almost an hour for us. double d'oh! But the MSM itself was amazing. It was my third time here ...