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Fall trip to Europe?

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My family (my wife and I and our six-month-old daughter) are looking for inspiration for a trip for this fall. We're mostly interested in Provence and southern France but have looked a lot at Italy as well. We're looking for a village where we can relax and enjoy delicious food and wine and walk around (with either a baby carrier or a stroller) and enjoy the scenery. Schedule-wise, it would be better for us to travel in November, though we could go in October if it's significantly better to go then. Either way, we'd need to find a place where the inns and restaurants haven't closed up shop by the end of September.

Thanks!

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