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Cote d'Azur & Provence - Stu Dudley's updated itinerary.

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We spent 2 weeks in the southern Ardeche this past June. I updated my 35 page Cote d'Azur & Provence itinerary to include recommended scenic drives, sites (Chauvet cave, Aved d'Orgnac), "cute little villages", and restaurants in this region adjacent to Provence.

This revised itinerary only includes additions for the Ardeche and the lavender fields around Grignan. There is no new info on areas outside of the Ardeche (prior revision was in July 2014).

If you could like a copy, e-mail me at StuDudley@aol.com & I'll attached one to the reply e-mail. I've sent this itinerary to over 3,000 people on the Fodors forum.

Stu Dudley.

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