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3 weeks by car to Dordogne and Pyrenees regions

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Hello, I am a new member from Boston, Massachusetts ,and I will be very greafull for any help you can give me with my planning our next trip to France. In the past we toured different parts of France by car and loved every minute of it.

In mid September my husband and I will tour by car the Dordogne and Pyrenees regions of France for 3 weeks. We have difficulty determining which towns should we use as our hubs for our day trips ,and how many days we should spend in each. We would also appreciate suggestions regarding picturesque routes and the best towns to visit. We have done some research, but are a little overwhelmed with the miriad of info available! We are "slow travelers" and like to base ourselves in just a few places.

Our main interests are scenery, food, wine, and culture, local color, markets, architecture.

Thank you very much,
Sue

Sue

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