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Still another Normandy question

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I have just read through about ten pages of forum postings on Normandy and still have not quite figured out how to tour the area. Coming from Rome in the morning of October 22 and have the 22/23/24 and part of the 25th to tour the area before heading back to Paris 25/26. Wish to see the D day sights, Mt St Michel, Caen, Bayeux and possibly Honfleur. Options include renting a car at Orly and drive to Bayeaux and base ourselves there, can take D day tours from there and day trips to Caen and MT St Michel and possibly Honfleur than returning the car to Orly and back to Paris. Would it cost much to just drop the car off in Caen or Bayeux and take the train back to the city? Another option would be to take a taxi from Orly to St Lazare and taking a train out to Caen and rent a car there, drop off our belongings in the car while doing the museum than on to Bayeux.. Still another option would be just to train the Bayeux and do tours with renting a car only for Honfleur and possibly St Michel. Any thoughts and advise welcome.

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