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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Bayeux
The Novotel in Bayeux has large rooms, including a good sized bathroom with a separate toilet. There is a refrigerator and coffee making facilities. The bed is large and comfortable.
Dinner was well prepared and tasty and from what I have seen I am expecting a good breakfast.
We are only here one night so I can't say much more.
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After a good night's sleep - without the donnas, we departed Paris for Honfleur.... Truly divine fishing village in Normandie... It is picture postcard perfect. We had a lovely meal on the water's edge... just fabulous. Then off we drove to Deauville - not known to me but the place Coco Channel had her very first shop... the outside of which, …
... Lots of blood was spilled on that beach though. There are two sculpture memorials there. I wondered if they allow sunbathing on the beach. If you didn,t know what happened I could easily see families out there enjoying themselves.
The next sacred site was the American Cemetary. If you have been to Arlington Virginia or have seen Private Ryan, the rows and rows of white crosses is what you see. The monument I found the most moving ...
Scene of the June 6th D-Day Landings in WW2. Started by looking around the monuments on the headland at St Côme-de-Fresné. Cinema showing, on a 360 degree, 9 screen set up, old video and film clips of the lead up to the landings. Fresh and windy overlooking the sea. Hard to imagine the thousands coming ashore. Then on to the Musée Debarquement, with lots of good short films and ...
... towns. They were strategically important during the war, but are only a crossroad with a few houses and barns.
The little "towns" are usually less than a mile apart. You'll be driving, then there will be an open field for a few hundred yards, then a few more houses...and the new clump of houses have another name and are another town. They're all from the 1500-1600's, old rock structures that don't really seem real. You expect them to ...
... There were a few permanent memorials there. One that was a simple large memorial made out of large brick/stones that stated, "The Allied forces landing on this shore which they call Omaha beach liberate Europe June 6th 1944". There was a mural carved into both sides as well.
There were a few smaller stops driving around. One to the headquarters of the 101st airborne during the first few days. A memorial to General Pratt, who's glider crashed on ...