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France: Burgundy, Provence and Paris Itinerary Help

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We are planning an eleven day trip and appreciate your thoughts and help with the following itinerary.

Day 1: Land CDG 10:30am, train to Beaune. Pickup car. Stay in Beaune
Day 2: Travel Around Beaune, 2nd night in Beaune.
Day 3: Travel around Beaune. 3rd night in Beaune.
Day 4: Travel to St Remy (4 hr train thru Lyon). Stay in St Remy
Day 5: Travel around Provence. 2nd night in St remy
Day 6: Travel around Provence. 3rd night in St remy
Day 7: Travel from Provence to Paris (TGV).
Day 8 -11: Paris

We dropped Lyon, and opted for a 3rd night in Beaune, rather than 1 night in Lyon. Is this recommended, and would this be enough to get a sampling of the area, without too much traveling in between?

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