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Early Flight + Rental Car logistics in Provence

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Greetings FODOR'S community!

I am planning a trip to France with a few nights in Paris and the rest Provence (Avignon, Aix, Luberon, Marseille). 4 nights in Paris. 4 nights in St. Remy (or near). 3 nights in Marseille (or near).

My flight departs from MRS airport and is at 6:50A. At some point I will need to drop off my rental car. There are two scenarios in my head at the moment:

1) Stay in Marseille/Aix. Drop off car the day before flight. Take car service to MRS the morning of.

2) Stay in Cassis. Drive car to MRS, return rental, check-in to 6:50A flight.

Are these both "do-able"? I would love to stay in Cassis but the logistics just might be a little too difficult.

Any input would be greatly appreciated!

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