Premiere Classe Bayeux

Address: Chemin de la Cambette, Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 14400, France | 1 star hotel
 
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsPremiere Classe Bayeux

          Reviewed by andrearobinson8

          teeny hotel with bunk beds

          Reviewed Jan 25, 2011
          by (3 reviews) Guelph (Toronto) , Canada Flag of Canada

          decent hotel, very small rooms

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Premiere Classe Bayeux

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
           

          Travel Blogs from Bayeux

          Wee waa wee waa

          A travel blog entry by carolandmartin on Jul 19, 2013

          3 comments

          ... All was going well with the flight crew R and I until we came into Le Harve port area. R went part way through an intersection with a red light - his fourth! Nex minut Wee waa wee waa the French police were behind us. K not amused, m in hysterics, r panicking trying to find a place to pull over - all the time saying f..k that's all I need a f..king ticket - this was after he hit a 30mm concrete kerb.
          Hello hello Monsieur ...

          Channel Battles

          A travel blog entry by devault on May 24, 2012

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... way.

          After driving in my requisite number of circles, we finally found the Batterie des Longes Sur Mer. These were a few of many large gun emplacements along the Atlantic wall. These stand untouched since the war ended. Some of the canon barrels are intact, some broken, gears to aim the cannons are rusted, and parts of the bunkers crumbling.

          Our next stop was in the city of Bayeaux. The ...

          Long travel day - Santorini to Normandy

          A travel blog entry by garypjackson on Jul 10, 2011

          4 comments, 5 photos

          ... French accent – as you do when you’re French. “Ahh,” the driver said “centre ville.” I was waved on and paid my 70 cents. I told him to wave (I did the arm wave gesture) when I needed to get off and he said, “OK.” To be quite truthful, at one point in our conversation, I thought maybe I shouldn’t take the bus because I really didn’t know where I was going. Then I thought maybe I should ...

          I might electrocute myself

          A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Oct 12, 2009

          7 photos

          ... explained a lot about the building of the Abbey, etc., but her accent was very strong and I had a hard time following her. I didn't worry too much about it because I had a wonderful time just looking at everything. We walked through the Abbey, which is a warren of passageways and stairways, and I'm glad I wasn't a monk in the 10th century. The Benedictine monks were not allowed to speak during meals (except for one who stood at a lectern and read from the Bible for ...

          L'un regarde a Caen, l'autre a Bayeux...

          A travel blog entry by emiglia on Jun 20, 2007

          ... the B and B in Cahagnes, came for us in his car and drove us out to the house. It was adorable, and we had the whole thing to ourselves. We immediately started watching Asterix and Obelix and playing with the menagerie of cats and dogs with whom we were sharing the house. The next morning, we were ready at what seemed to us to be the perfectly reasonable hour of ten o'clock, only to learn that the last bus to Bayeux had been at seven. With nothing else to do, we set about doing ...