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Planning first trip to France--25 days.
One part of trip will be 4 nights in Normandy. Plan to use Bayeux as a base.
Probably will stay at Hotel Tardif. Can anyone recommend it or another small place to stay?
In addition to exploring the town, over the 3.5 days we will be there we are planning these excursions
for the three days
Day 1--all day guided tour of American sector of Dday landing
Day 2--day to Mont St Michel
Day 3--probably visit British sector of Normandy, Caen DDay museum and/or ??
Day 1 and 2 are set for personal reasons. Any suggestions for Day 3, especially interesting
DDay places appreciated.

We are driving from and back to Paris. Thinking a stop in Giverny for sure and maybe
Honfleur on the way back. Is it worth a short side trip?

As always, any suggestions about things to see or restaurants in any of these towns is greatly appreciated.

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