A few miles south of the city of Bayeux is one of the smallest cemeteries.
He's crazy to go to Bayeux and see the tapestry, and it isn't so very far.
Mention should also be made of the wonderful Bayeux Tapestry.
Once a cathedral, always a cathedral was the theory which led us to Lisieux en route for Bayeux.
He was the owner of the omnibus which ran between Arromanches and Bayeux.
Matilda, the wife of William the Conqueror, and her women made the famous Bayeux tapestry, which was really embroidery.
And then it's not far from Bayeux, so that folks are by no means savages there.
The columns are decidedly Norman, the costumes and helmets bearing close resemblance to those on the Bayeux tapestry.
A representation of the landing is one of the designs in the Bayeux tapestry.
The names and values of the forty-nine prebends of Bayeux appear in the Mmoires des Antiq.