Manoir du Carel

Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | Hotel
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Trouble with Travels...

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen

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... wind.
You would think this would be a relatively easy task right. You think, "I'm just gonna walk up there and get on." LOL. Not so fast little foreigner, we do everything differently. Yes I have taken the tram before but not by myself and also not when other people aren't getting off the tram. That makes a difference as you will see.
So, a couple of days ago I went to get on the tram. I purchased my ticket. I waited patiently. The ...

Oh the humanity of it all....

A travel blog entry by melannie.allen

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Hello Everybody,
I haven't written in a while, because as you probably saw on my Facebook posts, I have been terribly ill with the French Influenza. They call it the "grippe." I think this is a perfectly appropriate name for it since the name alone seems to evoke all the inherent misery in having the flu, french or otherwise. I think it is a much better name for it than the American version-Influenza. Its such a ...

WW2 and William the Conqueror

A travel blog entry by browntravelco

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... stormed the beaches of Normandy, the start of the end of the Nazi Regime. Quite incredible and certainly makes you think. Always think I am against wars but of course it's not so black and white. so many Soldiers...Men, Fathers, Brother..and women literally sacrificed their lives to rid Europe of the regime...goodness knows where we would be without their actions. Just so awful anything should ever come to such ...

Mont St. Michel, France.

A travel blog entry by erinkats

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... his dish. This duck, unlike the rest, was slow cooked in apple cider. It was very good, though he said while it had the best texture, it had less of the "duck" taste. My white fish was excellent, slightly crispy on the outside, covered in a savory champagne sauce. The dessert was on par with the previous chocolate fondants we have had in France. Little did we know, this dinner would be the first of the drastic change in our French dining ...

Arromanches and Omaha

A travel blog entry by amcleod56

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... system was not there leaving the troops on their own. Omaha is a very different experience than Juno. The beach at Juno is right there but at Omaha we had to hike down to the beach following the same track that the American soldiers climbed on DDay. As I kept looking behind me, I began to realize the indomitable task they faced. The beach was absolutely stunning...low tide...right on the spot where they landed. I could not stay as long as I wanted as I faced the ...

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