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Private Tour: D-Day Beaches from Paris
"Your guide born and raised in Normandy in a family who lived through the occupation and the landing near Lisieux will meet you at 7am with some croissants and coffees to start your day.Then you guide will drive you to Arromanches (approx 2-hour drive) to see the port the British have built to organize the landing of the troops in June 1944. You will then ha your guide will take you to the American Cemetery in Colleville sur Mer where all those who gave their lives to save Europe rest forever.Next head to Longues sur Mer to see the Batteries the Germans used to protect the coast from the Allies. After that you will go the Pointe du Hoc to see how the US Rangers climbed the cliffs to disarm the German Defence.If time allows your guide will famous for the paratroopers who jumped to reinforce the landing operations on the coast.You will then be driven back to your hotel In Normandy or to the Caen or Bayeux train station to go back to Paris around 6pm in the Winter and a bit later in
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Private Tour: D-Day Beaches from Bayeux
"Your guide born and raised in Normandy in a family who lived through the occupation and the landing near Lisieux will meet you at 9am with some croissants and coffees to start your day.Then he will drive you straight to Arromanches to see the port the British have built to organize the landing of the troops in June 1944. You will then have lunch a very nice restaurant with a great view over the beach.After lunch your guide will take you to the American Cemetery in Colleville sur Mer where all those who gave their lives to save Europe rest forever.Next head to Longues sur Mer to see the Batteries the Germans used to protect the coast from the Allies. After that you will go the Pointe du Hoc to see how the US Rangers climbed the cliffs to disarm the German Defence.Then
From EUR375.00
 
Normandy Battlefields Tour - American Sites
"Begin your tour with a visit to the Sainte-Mère Church and Airborne Museum the site of a massive airborne operation involving 15000 U.S. paratroopers during World War II. Hear from your knowledgeable guide how the brave soldiers descended from the skies on the night before D-Day and learn the incredible story of Private John Steele one of the paratroopers.Continue onward to Utah Beach where soldiers of the 4th Infantry Division leapt from their landing crafts and headed inland under the orders of General Theodore Roosevelt Jr. The first day of battle saw relatively few casualties but the same cannot be said for those that followed.Visit the German Cemetery
From EUR100.00

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Parking Your Car in Guernsey

As at May 2014 car parking is free all over the Island (unless otherwise shown). The main car parks in St Peter Port require you to display a disc card, which you can purchase from garages, or, as we...
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Geoff_Wright
May 22, 2014

Beaches to suit all.

Drive down the Val de Terres (hope i spelt it right) for an exciting free journey, its great fun! The Bridge, in Vale. Full of little shops selling anything and everything.
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Dec 06, 2002
 
 
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Ste. Apolline’s Chapel

Ste. Apolline's chapel is a rare survival: a 14th-century (1300s) chantry chapel still in its original form. Chantry chapels were set up by the rich, who left funds to employ a chantry priest, whose...
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Fort Saumarez & L'Eree Headland

L'Eree headland is to the south-west of the island and is a super place to walk. If you time things right (be *very* careful) it is possible to walk out across the causeway to Lihou island, but don't...
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Castel Church

Most people probably don't even realise that outside the church of Ste Marie du Castel, commonly called Castel church, stands one of the finest examples of a prehistoric statue-menhir in the world.,...
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Loophole Towers

In the late 1700s (roughly 1778-9) the British built a chain of 15 defensive and observational towers around the coast of Guernsey, to defend the island from potential French invasion. The towers were...
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Fort Grey & Shipwreck Museum

Fort Grey is the home of the Shipwreck Museum. It is a Martello Tower (Fort) from the Napoleonic Wars, and is situated on the west coast in Rocquaine Bay. You can get there by No 41 bus from St Peter...
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Les Creux ès Faies Passage Tomb

Le Creux es Faies is another bottle-shaped prehistoric chamber tomb (passage grave), set on the L'Eree headland in the south-west of the island. It was originally roofed, of course, (with capstones,...
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