Manoir du Carel

Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bayeux

Ireland, England, Normandy Review

A travel blog entry by abryan124

... and had a great time in both places. I embraced the language barrier and just accepted that no matter what I would always not understand anything. I loved the French bakeries around every corner and how cheap it was! The dinners with the family showed me the true French meal and I am glad I finally caved in and started going to dinner! The Memorial of Caen is well worth the visit and probably the best in the region in terms of telling you the Normandy story. I still ...

Sunday Funday!

A travel blog entry by abryan124

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I woke up to the quite terrifying noise of something coming through my window. I jumped out of bed and saw the cats on the window still with one cat already in my room. I scared them away so I wouldn't die from my cat allergies before the day even began! Today was a just relax and enjoy Normandy type of day. No real plans after the paratrooper other than to find food. I drove to St Mere Eglise (again) and when I was 10km away, I hit bumper to bumper ...

Between Utah and Omaha

A travel blog entry by nicolerpierce

40

... but because the first wave were late due to rough conditions, the other half of the Rangers landed on Omaha Beach. The Rangers that were trying to climb the cliffs were getting pummeled by the Germans above. The destroyers, USS Satterlee and the HMS Talybont saw what was happening so they came in close to fire on the cliffs, to give the Rangers protection and time. The Rangers made it to the top, then had to find the guns and destroy them. ...

Beautiful Bayeux

A travel blog entry by abryan124

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... These heroes paid the ultimate sacrifice and I even saw some who were my age. These moments make me extremely grateful that I have freedom and will not be threaten thanks to them. After my World War 2 visits, I decided to see the town of Bayeux. Well, it is more like a village. I walked from one end to another and it only took me 20 minutes! It is very petite but also very pretty. Bayeux holds the distinction of being the first city liberated after the invasion. When I ...

Normandy Beaches- Bayeux, France

A travel blog entry by mwetzel

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... into one of them for our tour guide to take our picture.

That was pretty much all our stops along the tour. He also pointed out a lot of things from the car and told a lot of stories along the way. Since it was only the two of us, we got him to drop us off at our hotel and we checked in. It was pretty sweet, only €45 for the room. We had a double bottom bed and a twin top bunk. We both just slept in the bottom bed so nobody had to climb. We rested a little ...

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