Hotel Outre Mer

Address: 1 Rue du Marechal Leclerc, Villers-sur-Mer, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14640, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1 Rue du Marechal Leclerc, Villers-sur-Mer, is near Casino de Deauville, Le Casino Barriere de Trouville, and Calvados Boulard.
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Travel Blogs from Villers-sur-Mer

France day 10

A travel blog entry by miya923 on Jul 10, 2015

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In Duclair today, I toured the Saint-Wandrille abbey. No one was allowed to go inside, for fear of disturbing the nuns. Abbeys always worried me. So quiet. After we(it's not a private cruise)toured some abbey ruins, without the nuns, so I could breathe without freaking ...

France day 8

A travel blog entry by miya923 on Jul 08, 2015

Okay, poo it! Be gone with the budget! I just arrived at the cruise docking station and the taxi cost me €289.58! Oh well, the cruise is seven days, so I think I'll just relax; no more jumping around from place to place! The cruise cost €1324.65 and begins in Honfleur, France. Yes, expensive, but everything is already planned out for me. So I can actually take a break! That's what vacations are about, ...

Island in the sun

A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 27, 2014

... was English King Edward the Confessor, who was dying without an heir. He nominated William to succeed him, but that didn't sit well with those in England, who made arrangements for Harold to be crowned instead. William fought for what was rightly his and won. That war was the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and William was William the Conquerer. Later, Eleanor of Aquitaine married the king of England and all of Aquitaine, a large region of western France ...

Omaha beach

A travel blog entry by lin.crook.999 on Aug 09, 2014

... informative but walking out of the doors into the cemetery was something I will never forget, rows upon rows of white crosses marking the graves of the 9000 American soldiers who died during and after D-Day, It was quite emotional. Walked down to the beach around some of the old bunkers that are still left, and had lunch looking out to sea. Wandered along the beach then made our way back up to the cemetery to catch ...

The Battle of Normandy

A travel blog entry by barbo on Jun 30, 2013

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We have been astounded with the history of the combat in this area. Although I had done History at school, I was quite unaware of the devastation and loss of lives in this area. Normandy is like one vast open-air museum with a wealth of historic sights and museums at every turn. The second World War had been raging since 1939 and Hitler controlled much of Europe and had the entire Atlantic coastline (the "Atlantic Wall") fortified with tank top ...