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LeHavre to Rouen to Honfleuer to Lehavre in one day

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My cruise ship will be in Lehavre next month for one day. I have about 11 hours. I would like to tour Honfleur and Rouen. It seems I will need to rent a car as there are no trains between Rouen and Honfleur and I don't want to rely on a bus. The travel distances between cities is relatively short.

I would like to hear from anyone who has done this and how you did it. If by car, I would appreciate learning which rental agency that you used. Also, do you know of a rental agency that would meet me at the port in the beginning and at the end of the day? I don't think picking up/returning to the airport is viable? Is the train station close to the port? Taxi ride will do.

Finally, will it be a "If it's Tuesday it must be Belgium" type of a day. If so, which one city would you pick for the day? I realize that these are two very different cities.

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