Leaving Paris in mid-April, we want to spend a night in Normandy before catching Eurostar back to London. Would probably be taking public transport, though rental car is an option.
It seems to make sense to catch Eurostar at Calais, rather than travel back to Paris, but the train times seem to be only in mornings.
Any idea of realistic travel logistics? Someplace like Étretat, Dieppe or Trouville would be great. Or stay in Rouen, then find a bus to the sea?
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One night: Rouen, or seaside town like Trouville, Etretat?