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3 nights in Burgundy

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As part of our trip to France we were planning 3 nights in Burgundy (this will be after 7 nights in Paris and before we move onto Lyon for 2 nights, then somewhere in Provence for 5 nights, before making our way to Italy) I just wanted peoples opinions on whether 3 nights would be too long to spend in Burgundy, or whether it would be better to spend that extra night in Lyon? We are wanting to experience the French countryside which is why we chose Burgundy, would like to stay at a B&B so we can have more of a 'homely' experience rather than a hotel. Have researched some and found a few, one we like the sound of is in a place called Sacquenay. Does anyone know this area, would it be a good base? We are planning on hiring a car for the time we are there so we can see more of the area.

Thanks:-)

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