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driving loop in Normandy

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Starting from Rouen, I was thinking about a day doing this loop: Rouen -> Honfleur -> Étretat -> Veules-les-Roses -> Rouen If I map it out on google http://goo.gl/dOH6vt the estimate of the driving time is about 4 hours. So if I leave at 9am and plan to be back in Rouen around 6pm (although days are still long in Sept so I could return even later) that would give 9 hours, of which about 4 would be driving. Breaking it down a bit more, I could spend 2 hours in Honfleur, 2 hours in Étretat, and another hour in stops along the coast.

Does this sound plausible or too rushed? I've never been to this region before so I don't know if 1) the google time estimates are reasonable 2) if I have underestimated how much time many people like to spend in the locations I mentioned.

Any advice is welcome!

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