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Bayeux back to Paris CDG with a day and night to spare

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I'm spending three nights in Paris with my 2 children (8 and 11), then renting a car and driving to Bayeux, with stops along the way (Rouen? Honfleur? Deauville? Caen?), where we will be spending 3 nights as well, giving us 2 full days to visit the landing beaches, nearby villages and Mt. St. Michel. We will then have a full day and a night to make our way back to Paris CDG (where we'll drop off the car) for a 2 pm flight on the last day. I'd like to break up the drive back from Bayeux, and also not have too long of a trip to the airport on our departure day. I'm considering either driving to Deauville or Honfleur and spending the night, or driving all the way to Versailles, hopefully arriving in the early afternoon, visiting the site and spending the night there, leaving just a short drive to the airport the next morning. Or would it make more sense to visit Versailles first thing in the morning as we leave Paris, and then shoot straight up to Bayeux, in which case we'd definitely reserve Honfleur/Deauville for the final night. Any advice on how to make the most of that last full day and night?

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