Le Levant Hotel-Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Perros-Guirec
... we saw very few CitroŽns. Up until today we had not seen any the same as we are driving, yet today we saw quite a number and at one stage there were three in a row with us being the third!
- Brad was game enough to pass some cars and trucks today - very game!!
- Our brief stay of 14 hours was long enough in St Malo - what we saw was not overly appealing. Our current location is much more pleasant and has a great deal to offer for a visitor.
... the harbor with a diary that remained perfectly intact. The driver of that tank, John Glass, survived the war and was living in the southwestern part of the U.S. He was contacted and reunited with his tank in France in the 1980's.
At the end of a long day of touring, we decided to treat ourselves to a nice dinner at our hotel which ended up to be way more than we expected. Here is a sample of what ...
... cemetery at Colleville sur Mer. It was a lovely place and very moving, especially armed with all the info we had gotten from Caen and our DDay guide. I didn’t have any real expectations for this part of Normandy, but it was quite fascinating and a real highlight, truly unforgettable.
Our next destination was Mont Saint Michel, but on our way there we stopped at the German cemetery at La Combe. The crosses are dark, thick and heavy, definitely a different ...
... Quineville, another small seaside town that is at the Northern end of Utah Beach. Here we saw the war memorial and Utah Beach for the first time.
From there we travelled down the road to the Azeville Battery. This time Becs didn’t want to miss out on all the fun (and she was sick of being inside Lars) so she came along. After heading underground through a network of tunnels, bunkers and trenches we came up some stairs to see ...
... enjoyed our own private historic account of D-Day, driving the countryside remembering the occurrences on location. 'Bertrand' took control immediately, even getting Brian to give him the keys to the car "because it would be easier for him to drive". We began with a lesson on tanks... "Hetzer" "Sherman"... Did you know the British named the US Sherman tank? 10 hours and it was well worth every minute.
DAY THREE: ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking