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Dordogne and Strassbourg

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One of our best trips ever was going to CDG and taking TGV to Avignon, getting car for nine days, staying one place (Les Figes?) in St Remy, making day trips and walking to dinner every night. We now have mileage tickets RT CDG from Sept 25 to October 7 and knew we wanted to go to Sarlat via TGV at Bordeaux, pick up car. We have reservations for six nights and then want to move on, either by car, train or flight. I'd like to go to Strassbourg as base to see Alsace-Lorraine. DH is not against it but believes we can't get from Sarlat to Strassbourg. Is there an easy way? and then I know easy TGV from Strassbourg back to CDG. Have been to Paris three times, and though I'd love it, feel we should concentrate on the trips that require more physical effort in the next couple of years. Thanks.

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