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Colmar and Provence help with itinerary

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We would be arriving in Colmar on Friday from Paris CDG for 3 nights. We plan to tour Colmar &
Route du VIn villages of Ribeauville, Eguisheim & Riquewihr on Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Are the town shops & restaurants closed up all day on Sunday? We will have a car. Will we still be able to tour the villages & find a place to eat on Sunday?

Provence: We would travel by train on Monday from Strasbourg to Avignon.
Tour Arles, Les Baux, Pont du Gard, Roussillon. Would it be wise to stay in Avignon since it is centrally located for 4 nights? We can rent a car here also.

Take the TGV train from Avignon to Paris. Stay 2 nights in Paris.
Depart on Monday at 10:40am at CDG.

Does this seem like a good itinerary? We love beautiful villages, gardens, landscapes & being outdoors and driving in the countryside. Enjoyed driving around Tuscany! :)
We are in our 50s & travel light. We would like to have a relaxing and enjoyable trip. Not a fast paced trip of running around.

Thanks so Very Much!
Jules

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