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France-for 2 weeks, Help please

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My husband and I have Round trip tickets to Paris in mid May. We have never been to France and would like to get as much out of it as we can without going too crazy. Our plan was to stay in Paris for 5 nights without car and also rent a car and go to perhaps 2 other destinations that we could experience as much as possible and use as a base for 4 nights each. We love food, wine, culture, beautiful scenary etc. I was thinking perhaps the Dordogne region and perhaps Provence. Does that sound doable and also does anyone know what the best areas would be to stay to see the most. We love taking drives through the countryside. Thanks to anyone out there for their suggestions!!

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