Le Cottage

24, avenue du General Leclerc, Cabourg, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, FR - 14390, France | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 24, avenue du General Leclerc, Cabourg, is near Sword Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Cabourg

    Rain rain go away!

    A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 10, 2014

    Woke up a few times in the night to the rain battering on the van and it continued like that until lunchtime, so had a lazy morning drinking T . At one point it stopped so we decided to go wash up and try and see if we could get on the internet. YAY it worked but only briefly,. By now the rain was lashing down again (thank goodness I had taken the brolly! As it was a long walk back to the van, the road was becoming a river and let me tell you, crocs are slippy in the wet! Back ...

    Lost in Paris!!

    A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 08, 2014

    ... Bayeax on the bikes to have a wander and see if we can get to Omaha beach on the bus. Ps the wifi is free so as usual it's pretty rubbish and have to walk up to the chateau to get any signal. Sat under the awning last night and it started to rain heavy so came in and decided to watch a film on the laptop, as if anything else could happen today the bloody power went off!!!! Luckily the laptop was charged and managed to last until the end of the film. Oh if only the leisure battery ...

    D-Day +1 and the L'abbaye d'Ardenne murders

    A travel blog entry by yake on Jul 16, 2014

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    A very 'heavy' day today. We spent the morning in teacher seminars and conducting a simulation exercise - lots of great ideas. This took place in St. Aubin where we learned about the offensives the day after D-Day. At this point, the Germans were digging in to defend and Canadian troops alongside others played a huge role. While learning about the military movements of our troops we also learned about a number of our Canadians being executed by ...

    Normandie with the lads

    A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... When we were there, we also saw a Ranger battalion. When they gathered for a picture, we noticed it was the same unit who climbed up the cliffs 70 years ago. We were driving in the countryside after Pointe du Hoc and we noticed that this Great Britain van driving in front of us and I commented, Oh that English guy really wants to drive on the left because he kept driving literally in the middle of the road. We all laugh and make jokes and not even a minute later ...

    Arromanches and Omaha

    A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Aug 03, 2013

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    ... Also found some goodies for Darren...can't say what here. The museum was crowded and very underwhelming, but the remnants of the mulberry harbour were evocative of the efforts of the engineers who created a harbour where there was none. This was used to provide a landing place for all the supplies and equipment for the troops. The new 360 degree movie was mind blowing. All original vintage footage which was very very powerful near the end of our tour as we could ...