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A friend and I are going to France for about 17 days in the spring of 2016. We plan to spend one week in Paris and one week in Provence. We have not been to France before. I would appreciate any guidance you might have regarding: a base town in Provence from which to explore. We would like scenery, colorful villages, and a taste of the French culture. We would also like to know where to go with the remaining 3 days of our trip. Loire Valley? If so, where, and what to do? Are we allowing too much time in Provence? We had planned to take the train directly there after landing from US in the airport. We thought about renting a car in Provence and then going back to Paris for the next week. Is this a good idea?

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