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A Stop for a Couple of Days between Montpellier and Paris

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In the early stages of planning a trip to France for Sept 2015.

Probably arrive in Toulouse. Stay a couple of days and a daytrip or two.

Then move to Montpellier for a couple of days (we spent the afternoon here during a trip to Provence a couple of years ago and really liked it) (probably a daytrip or two).

End in Paris for a couple of days (we've been to Paris 4-5 times over the years). Paris is always good for a couple of days.

I'm looking for a place somewhere between Montpellier and Paris to research and possibly spend a couple of days. It's possible we won't add that place and leave the itinerary as described above.

Thanks.

We don't rent a car and try to keep bus travel to a minimum if possible. So the majority of our travel in Europe is done by train.

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