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Les Anderleys- we are staying one night at the Hotel La Chaine de Or. Looks super with a niice restaurant on site for this tired couple in their sixties.
Giverny and Claude Monet's house will be done on the second day.

Points in between needed and accepting recommendations please.

Bayeux- We will stay at the Hotel Poppa. Which is actually a B&B in the town center for five days and day trip from there to where?

We will visit the WWII memorials and beaches. I really want to hear them play taps at the end of the day at the American Cemetary.

Mont St. Michael will be on this list of things to see.
More country side ideas please.

Driving back to CDG to turn in the car and traveling to Paris to our favorite hotel, the Hotel Milliseime. It would not be my favorite if my budget was unlimited, but they give you a few perks with a package deal. One for 3 days and if you stay 4-5 days a bit more goodies will be yours. One nice one is a free transfer to the airport by taxi. Of course breakfast is delicious. The staff is wonderful and full of information and because it is small, they remember your name and make you feel special and like they are truly interested in you and your plans, Rue Jacob in the sixth.

Because of being ill, we have missed the Louvre, dining or going up in the Eiffle Tower, and Moulin Rouge. Touristy, I know, but that's what we are. We will do museums, and all the local suspects, but if anyone has any must sees, please respond. We like Opera, Plays and musical Concerts.

I understand this doesn't seem like a lot of planning, but it has taken me nearly a week to get everything locked in.

Stu Dudley has been a great help, but we are not large foodies. He makes me so hungry though, but his guides and tips are spot on.

Thank everyone once again for all past and hopefully future help.

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