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4 Weeks in France - Driving & Maps - Please Help!

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We are planning 4 weeks in France. October 2013
My husband does not want to use a GPS - but he is a whiz with maps.
We will be starting our drive in Basel, Switzerland and will be staying on small roads and in small towns. Visiting towns in the area of Alsace, Cote d'or and Reims.
I was told that Michelin Yellow Maps would be the best for this small road driving but after
looking on Amazon I am a little bewildered??? Do I need maps 516, 320 and 515?
I would really appreciate your help with this. I would like to get them ordered so we can
do a little more work on small hotels & inn rentals.
Thank you for your help & if you have favorite hotels or restaurants in these areas please do not hesitate to add to the list.
Loveyblue

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