Manoir de Courson

Address: Notre Dame de Courson, Livarot, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14140, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Notre Dame de Courson, Livarot, is near La Renardiere.
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Travel Blogs from Livarot

Shrimp, jazz and gambling

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Oct 07, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... uphill to the Cote de Grace with the old cathedral and stunning views of the town. We also found the best bakery with our favourite baguettes of the trip in Honfleur where we went daily to purchase the seedy multigrain baguette they called cereale.

There were markets yet again in nearby Trouville, where we walked around the port and the fish market, and stopped for a seafood platter of deliciously fresh oysters, prawns and crab claws. It was ...

Big day of seeing the sites......

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 03, 2014

46 photos

... was an ancient Abby. I walked up to it...and there was a plaque....dedicated to the men and women of Ontario...who served in the military and fought in D-day...seems we left a foot print....we somehow saved the Abby...cool. Another thing I am noticing...flags....lots of flags.....French....British....american ...and Canadian...lots of them. Getting a sense of some serious appreciation of our efforts to help out can't help but be a bit proud of ...

Off to Normandy.....

A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Sep 02, 2014

15 photos

... night before the invasion several raids occurred....The 101 and 82 airborne (USA) parachuted in inland to disrupt the roads and communications....and the British used gliders to silently land (with a bang) and take critical bridges until reinforced. Pegasus was a major one. It was spectacular to say the least...they landed gliders in pitch black within 50 m of the bridge and took it. then had to defend it from numerous counter attacks ...

Who cut the cheese?

A travel blog entry by meboggs on Jun 21, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

We toured a cheese factory in Livarot. Normandy is known for three things apples, cheese, and D-Day. At this stop we focused on the cheese. The moment we got off the bus the who cut the cheese jokes began. Half way through the tour the smell became significant and undeniable. It was also at this point that the amazing darlings said "do we say cut the cheese ...

Bumming around Normandie

A travel blog entry by quirky on May 28, 2010

1 comment, 3 photos


Today we checked out the local market at Livarot. It's only a very small market but large enough to supply our lunch needs. We were keen to stick with the local product as much as possible so we got a selection of local cheeses: Livarot, Pave d'Auge, Camembert (as Camembert is also pretty close by). Also got some tomato, pears, apricots and strawberries. Everything was perfectly presented. Never seen strawberries ...