Le Mascaret

Address: 1 rue de Bas, Blainville-sur-Mer, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50560, France | Inn
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This inn, located on 1 rue de Bas, Blainville-sur-Mer, is near Jardin des plantes de Coutances.
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    Travel Blogs from Blainville-sur-Mer

    Big day for Barbara and the Queen

    A travel blog entry by shutrbug on Sep 09, 2015

    37 photos

    ... village of Gorey, which was a little over a mile away. Barbara walked about a mile (I sure hope I can walk a mile on my 91st birthday!) She decided to rest on a bench on the beachfront while Paul and I walked a bit further. It is a charming little village - very different from Yorkshire villages; this felt like we were in France.
    We jumped back on the bus to St Helier and had lunch at a pasty shop inside a very attractive shopping arcade, which used ...

    Blain Town

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jun 15, 2015

    9 photos

    ... we headed off. Blainville is a lovely seaside town which is well known for its oysters and mussels.

    Well, the fishing did not go to plan as someone had stolen the water! Well, the tide was out and when we say out, we really mean out! So instead, we decided to have some fun catching crabs amongst the small pools of water caught around the oyster fields and watching the procession of tractors coming in from the oyster fields further out ...


    A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on Jun 05, 2014

    12 photos

    ... paratroopers dropped down into the city. There happened to be a big fire going on in the town at the time so the German soldiers were busy carrying water to put it out. This may have helped create disorganization and allow the paratroopers to take the city more quickly but they lost the element of surprise and many were shot down in their parachutes. One point of pride for this city is an American paratrooper, John Steele, who parachuted down above the church and was tied upon ...

    Domfront, Mont St Michel.

    A travel blog entry by carolynaubrey on Oct 02, 2012

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... was incredulous and we could make out that he was asking how many kilometres that was. Jonno couldn't answer that but told him 21 hours travel. Again he was amazed and with a laugh and an "au revoir" he left us. We imagined him recounting the story to friends and family - "there were 3 Australiennes sitting on the steps of the Catholic Church in the cold eating quiche, they travelled 21 hours for that!" And onto ...

    Day 11- D-Day Beaches of Normandy

    A travel blog entry by euro101 on Apr 20, 2011

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... what we thought was just the local sports ground for a picnic dinner, but found that even the school / soccer pitch doesn’t escape some of its own notoriety with regards D-Day. It turns out it was the site of one of the temporary American cemeteries which had 3000 buried in it before they were moved to the current cemetery at Omaha beach.

    It was a fun day, although slightly emotionally draining, but it was nice to see Mike make one of his dreams come ...