Normandy is expecting to welcome many new things, with open arms, in 2019. Normandy is no place short of activities and attractions for tourists to relish.
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Normandy, France: Visiting the D-Day beaches, Arromanches, Granville, a bell factory, staying in a chateau in Brix and dining in Caen and Le Havre.
Normandy’s D-Day beachs and museums| Max Hartshorne travels to the northern peninsula called La Manches, in Normandy, France, meeting with friendly locals and visiting historical sites related to the D-Day invasion in 1944.
Normandy France | Max Hartshorne stays at a 13th century chateau in Normandy called the Chateau le Val and samples an exotic local liqueur called 44 made from calvados, oranges and coffee beans.
Normandy, France: Joining a General in visiting the American cemetery in Normandy along with other D-Day battle sites and memorials.
“A Journey into Flaubert’s Normandy” tells the story of a French novelist’s love-hate relationship with Normandy in the nineteenth century.
Want to travel to France, but have already checked out the country a few times? Check out this new guide to all the latest exciting additions to the beautiful country.
Travel adventures of Kent St. John, Max Hartshorne, Sony Stark, Shady Hartshorne, Paul Shoul and Stephen Hartshorne and where they went in 2009.
Brittany. France: A visit to Saint-Malo and other towns that once were the scenes of WWII battles.
3 ways to make cruising solo cheaper and easier than ever before.
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