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France with a 4 year old in November

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Hello,

I have searched these boards for years and always appreciate reading everyone's experiences and advice. I have a rather basic question, with little time to do the research I usually like to do, so I thought I would try putting this question out there.

My husband was just invited to a 2 day conference in Paris in November. I am thinking of joining him there with our 4 year-old, generally well-behaved, daughter. However, we have been to Paris several times and I would like to explore another part of France. Was wondering if anyone had a recommendation for a trip with a child in November. We would be in Paris for 3 days, and then somewhere else for about 5. (mid-November)

I really want to go to Normandy and stay in Bayeux, but wonder if I should wait until a warmer time of year and until my daughter is older. Other thoughts I have are Bordeaux, Loire Valley, Provence? We would really be up for anything charming/interesting!

I usually would look into this closely, but since I will have to decide whether to go really soon, I thought I would see if anyone has any great experiences of hidden gems to pass along. (A bonus would be if we could rely on public transport instead of a car)
Thanks so much!

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