Les Airelles

2, passage Michu, Neufchatel en Bray, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 76270, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Neufchatel en Bray

Our Last Day in Normandy

A travel blog entry by dlake


It is hard to believe that this is our last night in our little cabin in Normandy! We have had an incredible week here. Karen and I both agree that it would be easy to spend a month here. We have had beautiful days here and the kids have enjoyed just hanging out and enjoying nature. Olivia and I walk down the lane everyday to feed a carrot to a horse that has come to expect our visit. The girls sneak out to ...

On the Move to France

A travel blog entry by dlake


In the last week we have done and seen a lot! On Tuesday we took a day trip from Lucca to Florence. After all our reading we expected it to be a little tourist crazy but we found it pretty easy to navigate. We visited Accademia Gallery first thing after arriving. We didn't have reservations so we had to wait for about an hour in line. Michelangelo's David did not disappoint! ...

Meandering through France (part 1)

A travel blog entry by kelleyr


... references to that. Unfortunately our good run of weather seems to have ended, but it was a pleasant place to spend a rainy afternoon. Anna literally lost her second tooth during dinner which was exciting. Rouen was next on the agenda. We had been about 10 years ago so time for another look. We found a park on the river just across the bridge from the centre. After losing Barry in the cathedral we saw the big clock and wandered around the old centre ...

Wonderful Rouen!

A travel blog entry by yakero

We set out on our tour with Martinne, a wonderful guide who resides in Rouen, a city in northern France on the River Seine with about 107,000 residents. It is the historical capital of Normandy and was one of the most prosperous cities in medieval Europe. Much of the city was damaged on D Day including its beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral ... second time it was destroyed. Allied troops felt the church could become a stronghold for the Germans. It has been resurrected twice ...


A travel blog entry by yakero

... on the beach. We learned that General Omar Bradley was in charge of the invasion on Omaha Beach. It was the deadliest of all of the D-Day invasions with 50% casualties of American soldiers. Among the 3000 killed during the invasion there were Poles Belgians and as well as Americans. Not sure when the French designated 76 acres around Omaha Beach as American land. This is where thousands of American soldiers who were killed in the invasion are peacefully ...


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