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Travel Blogs from Louet sur Seulles
... how French I became during my stay. I got a haircut, ate snails, drove, and drank Calvados! Even nick and bryan noticed I had become a food snob because I only wanted the best food. My Saint Lo experience showed me what a true rural French town truly is. It was so tiny and I am glad I experienced the countryside! It is also a great base for the Normandy beaches as they are only 30-40 minutes away. The family there was warm and welcoming and the house was adequate. It ...
... all the way back. It was worth it! I saw sooo many tanks from world war 2 that are still in working condition! It was very cool because it is on the actual airstrip used by the allies right after DDAY. Best part is they offer tank rides! It was like asking for my money. Only problem was you had to have 4 people and it costs some money. I would have stayed and tried to find a group but I didn't have the time nor patience! That is the only time I have ...
In reviewing my last post, I realized that I had not mentioned that if you'll click the individual photos that are included with the entries, you'll see my comments on the photo. Now it's time to start packing for our train ride to Paris, where I'll have more time and energy to put a little meat to the bones of my entries!
... 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. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed