La Residence Normande

Address: 40 ter Route d'Amfreville sous-les-monts, Connelles, Haute-Normandie, Normandy, 27430, France | Inn
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This inn is located on 40 ter Route d'Amfreville sous-les-monts, Connelles.
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Travel Blogs from Connelles

Driving on the RIGHT!

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Oct 04, 2014

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We woke up in France this morning, which is the first time ever for me! (Dayna and Amy spent a week in Paris 18 years ago!) The hotel offered a French breakfast, that should have been a hint but we bit. For the meager sum of about $8.00 American each we got a French screwing. It was better than bread and water, but not much. We'll remember to go …

Starting Down the Seine

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 18, 2014

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... divert catapulted boulders and arrows. He used 6000 workers to build it and it took only two years to complete (1198). Unfortunately, King Richard died in 1199. The fortress put under siege by French King Phillip II in 1204. The demise was somewhat interesting. It seems that King Richard had the plans correct to include storing enough provisions to protect against a siege to feed his 800 soldiers; however, as the French approached, all of the surrounding people ...

THE D-DAY BEACHES

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 17, 2014

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... along the northern 240 miles of the northern coast of Europe, Normandy, France being no exception. On D-Day, 132,000 Allied forces landed on about fifty miles of beach. As expected with an operation of this size, many things went wrong from the get go. Cloud banks over the beach area and heavy antiaircraft fire caused the hundreds of bombers to get scattered and therefore miss the German costal entrenchments leaving them completely intact. Likewise, the paratroopers ...

FRANCE

A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on Oct 15, 2014

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... For the entire visit, Bernard is cracking jokes - he is worth the visit all by himself. Bernard has a large farm that besides goats, produces various grains for their feed, but many vegetables as well. We learn that it is a "large" farm because Bernard has a Pigeon silo; this is a brick silo that is about twenty-five feet high. We learn that pigeons can produce a lot of "fertilizer" which is good for the crops; if a farm is large enough to construct a pigeon silo, it has to ...

Bayeux to Connelles

A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Oct 07, 2014

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... t afford to pay pensions to them all. Cigarette smoking was just catching on in France due to the American soldiers' habits. So, the French government started cigarette franchises and only disabled vets could get them. In each village or local vicinity, each vet had a monopoly! That is the only store where you can get tobacco products, even today. The Tobac shop. Over the decades, they have had to take on some government ...