Time of year
This is an absolute must-do when visiting Bayeux. It is right on the way to/from the war cemetery. I spent a good 30 minutes trudging through the muddy walkway on a soaking wet winter afternoon, reflecting. "If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be…
This is a garden of remembrance and memorial, not a museum, but it's worth the walk to visit if you're stopping to see the Battle of Normandy museum and the war graves opposite. As an Australian, it was particularly moving to see the names of the Balibo Five, five journalists…
We found this rather easily when walking around Bayeux, even though it is on the outskirts and not the center of the town. It is well kept and an interesting concept to acknowledge those who without their reporting many of the stories we know now would not exist.
Come out of the 'Normandy Museum', facing the road, turn right (to the city toilets, and keep on walking, over the bridge onto a grass track. Every year has a large white plinth that resembles a large CWCG stone but is headed by a single year. Every war correspondent is then…
This was a surprise, and quite thought provoking. A memorial to war correspondents. We also learned that Bayeux sponsor a war correspondents annual prize.