Is the number-series for Michelin maps such that the three-series is the one with the most detail? Or the 5-series? I can't recall.
I have a very old Michelin driving atlas for all of France, but it's huge as well as 15+ years old. I plan to buy a local Michelin map when I arrive in Normandy if I can't find the ones I want on Amazon. I just can't remember which were the better ones.
One for Rouen/Etretat, and one for Bayeux and west. I'd need the ones that have the best detail.
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