Hotel-Restaurant Lunotel

Address: 130 rue de la Liberte, Saint-Lo, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50000, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 130 rue de la Liberte, Saint-Lo, is near Musee des Beaux-arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint-Lo

    Day 8 - Mont-Saint-Michel to Normandy Beaches

    A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 09, 2015

    13 photos

    ... on our exit).

    The Abbey is at the top of a mount in the bay surrounded by a fortified wall which itself is surrounded by the sea at high tide. The Abbey has been used as primarily as a monestary (still is today), a prison, a military fortress in the hundred year war. We have included many pictures as the beauty and architecture is hard to describe. Besides, a pictures is worth a thousand words and ...

    D Day Beaches

    A travel blog entry by ellenscofield on Mar 14, 2015

    47 photos

    ... Bayeux to visit the beaches. I took a guided tour to Omaha beach, Point du Hoc and the American cemetery. It was all really interesting and I'm glad I had the guide to explain all the history and events that happened in each place (it helped that he was very cute too!). I got back to the town and went to the see the famous tapestry that measures almost 70 meters and ...

    D-Day Beaches

    A travel blog entry by lindsaygermann on Aug 22, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and I felt guilty that we were here seeing this rather than our history-buff Dads!)
    To provide a little background, there were 5 landing sectors on D-day; “Utah” and “Omaha” were the American sectors, “Gold” and “Sword” were the British sectors, and “Juno” was the lone Canadian sector. From east to west it went Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword - with a section of cliffs, including Pont du Hoc, in-between Utah ...

    The D-Day Beaches

    A travel blog entry by herbguhl on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... Canadian, British and French flags. Lots of American tourists too. I'm a bit of a WW2 history nut and there was just too much to take in here. The one day I allowed in our itinerary was definitely insufficient for me, but probably about as much as Sherry could take.

    Our hotel in Arromanches is right on the beach where the artificial harbour was created for the D-Day landings. Our room has ...

    Sunday Funday!

    A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 08, 2014

    6 photos

    ... is really high for here). I left St Mere Eglise for the last time and it was sad! I got even more sad when I drove to Omaha beach and saw everyone packing up! I am not ready to leave yet so they can't either! The camps were being taken down and many of the actors were dressed in civilian clothes and packing things into the jeeps. I took one final picture of everything and then went to the Overlord Museum by the American cemetery. The museum was ...