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Which Michelin maps for Normandy and the Loire?

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I'm just starting to plan my summer 2015 trip to France. It will be about 2.5 weeks with one week in Normandy, approximately 5 nights in the Loire region and the balance in Paris. I have a GPS with Europe maps but would also like to purchase Michelin maps now to begin the route planning. We'll land at CDG early in the morning and pick up our rental car heading to the area in or near Les Andelys for our first night with a stop at Giverny on the way. We'll then visit Rouen, Pont-Audemer, Honfleur, maybe up to Etretat before heading toward the D Day beaches staying in Bayeux. After the beaches we want to wander through the countryside of Normandy before heading down to the Loire. I haven't yet identified all the towns we'll stay in and need the appropriate map (and more research) to plan. After the Normandy region we'll head down to the Loire. We're looking to split our nights first west of Tours and then further east of Tours. I'm thinking we'll drop off the rental car in Orleans to take the train into Paris.

I haven't been able to figure out which Michelin maps I'll need and what scale is best for the rough itinerary above. Can anyone make recommendations? I'd appreciate any assistance as I'm anxious to place my Amazon order!

Thanks for any and all help!

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