I am planning my itinerary for a 3 week road trip in France with my mother. After a week in Paris, we will travel to Rouen, Honfleurs, Bayeux, the Loire Valley and the Dordogne. We will be arriving in Bayeux from Honfleurs in the afternoon, see the tapestry and stay the night. The next day, we will take a morning 1/2 day tour of the Normandy beaches. After lunch, we will depart for Mont St Michel. I read that arriving after 3 PM is preferred to avoid the crowds. We will go directly to the Abbey, have dinner and wander a bit in the evening. We will spend the night at an accommodation off the Mont (currently looking at Le Relais du Roy). The following morning we will be departing for the Loire. I know you could easily spend a full day at both sites, but I only have one day to devote to the DDay beaches and MSM and it would be difficult to choose one over the other. I think this plan is logistically "doable", do you think it would be too rushed?