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Dordogne to Lyon

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We are planning a 3 week visit to France & Italy in September, flying into Paris and out of Milan. We have visited Paris several times and previously visited Provence, Lyon, Burgundy and Alsace. Our plans are loosely as follows:

3 nights Paris.
TGV to Bordeaux and pick up a car, maybe spend 1night in St Emilion.
5 nights in Dordogne, using one location as a base (though where remains uncertain as we know little of the region)
2 nights in Montpellier. We would like to stop for a visit to Carcassone en route to Montpellier.
Drive from Montpellier to Lyon and drop off car. 1 night in Lyons then board the 6 hour high speed train to Milan.

I would appreciate all opinions and comments on this itinerary.

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