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Giverny, Rouen, Honfleur advice

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Hello, I am just beginning to plan travel for our anniversary trip in June 2017. DH and I have not been to France together for a few years and it's time to go back. We have visited the Loire and Normandie but not the area around Rouen and Honfleur. I am wondering if it would make sense to rent a car near Paris and drive to Giverny for the day then continue on to Rouen to spend a few nights. Using Rouen as a base I thought we might make a day trips to Honfleur and Beauvais but wonder what else we might see in the area if we had 4 or 5 days. We have visited Caen, Bayeux, Mont St. Michel and the D-Day landing beaches on previous trips.

I much prefer being able to take trains rather than rent a car (parking being one of the issues) but it doesn't seem that trains will reach the places we are considering. Any advice will be appreciated.

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