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5 days in Provence

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I have 5 nights in Provence and right now I am planning to stay for all five in Les Baux. This trip is just myself and my 11 year old son, who is a great traveller and loves France. I am considering visiting Cassis and Aix and am thinking that if I do that, I should stay in Aix for a couple days. I'm able to modify my hotel and there are rooms, at hotels I like, available in Aix so that's not a problem. I'm taking the train to and from Paris so that's easy too. Is it worth it to switch hotels? I could also just skip Aix and Cassis as there is certainly plenty to do where we are. Just seems like I might want to break up those 5 days. It also seems like it might be a really long day to go from Les Baux to Cassis and back. Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I realize 5 days isn't a lot in Provence, but that's what I have to work with.

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