Journals Normandy

Normandy 2011

Created by MagdaDH_AlexH on May 2, 2011 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

A few days in Bayeux and around

Historic, Beautiful, and Brave Normandy

Created by Ed Hahn on December 7, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
3 Stories

Three days is far too short a time. We visit the Invasion Beaches and Cemeteries, the Peace Museum, and the castle at Caen.

Travels in France - Normandy

Created by roza4 on July 13, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Normandy--the land of William the Conqueror and Bayeux tapestry, the abbey of Mont St. Michel, and of course of the unforgettable battles of WWII on Normandy beaches.

Utah Omaha Gold Juno Sword

Created by Idler on June 5, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
5 Stories

These are the names of the D-Day beaches, west to east, names seared into a generation’s memory. After visiting landing sites and battlefields in Normandy, they’ve become emblematic for me as well.

Brittany & Normandy

Created by wasa girl on September 2, 2010

1 Review

After several days in Paris is was time to see the French countryside, drink lots of cider and pay respects at the D-day beaches.

Weekend Trips Around Europe: Normandy, France

Created by bdxtremeone on April 2, 2008

4 Reviews
1 Story

A one day trip to see the sites and beaches of Normandy

Mont Saint Michel, Mont Magique

Created by María Dolores Bolívar on September 12, 2007

1 Review

"Le Couesnon en sa folie mit le Mont en Normandie"

Great Normandy Invasion, October '04

Created by skycaptain on August 6, 2005

3 Reviews
1 Story

Touring Normandy in October '04, at 50 years old.

Travels in France - Normandy and Picardy

Created by roza4 on August 5, 2005

5 Reviews

France has so many wonderful cathedrals, museums, palaces, and castles that no matter where you go, you won't be disappointed. This time I decided to explore North of France and the best of Normandy and Picardy.

Normandy Coast, France

Created by jfischetti on June 21, 2005

3 Reviews

When we were deciding where to go back in October 2003 for our annual anniversary gift to each other, I was amazed that my wife agreed to go to Normandy to tour the battlefields of D-Day.

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