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Draft Itinerary - First Visit to France - Please Help

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Hello All - hopefully I'm correct starting a new message instead of tagging on to previous thread. We're travelling to France early Sept/13 for 12 nights. Flying into Paris - flying home from Lyon. 5 nights in Paris, then planning to rent a car for remaining 7 nights:

Day 1 - drive to Juno Beach ( Cdn ) overnight

Day 2 - finish memorials & drive to Orleans - overnight

Day 3 - explore & drive to Dijon - overnight

Day 4 - explore & drive to Annecy - 2 nights

Day 6 - explore & drive to Lyon - 2 nights

Fly home from Lyon. Hope above gives us good intro to France - so difficult to choose. Orleans & Dijon negotiable. Trying to limit actual driving to 3-4 hours per day - anticipate many spontaneous stops along the way:)

Grateful for all suggestions.

Thank you.

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