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Four days to wander France???

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We have four days between our house rental near Bergerac and our apartment rental in Paris. dates: Sept. 30 to October 4.

We'd love some ideas about routes to take, and will have a car, so we can do a "road trip" or stop in one place for a couple of days.

We're thinking about maybe going up to Limoges, then perhaps Tours (tho' we've stayed there before) and maybe Chartres, (where we've also been, but liked).

Another possibility is driving to Lyon and then driving up thru Burgundy, where we were for a week way back in about 1980.

Or, might we drive toward La Rochelle, to see the coast off-season?/

What I'd love to hear about is charming little towns or villages, with pretty surroundings, or marvelous little inns, that we would never hear about except from Fodorites who've been there.

A good example would be the Relais du Lyon d'Or in Angles sur L'Anglin, about which a fodorite wrote not too long ago.

Any ideas gratefully received, with thanks.

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