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Help with France itinerary

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So, I'm planning a trip next year July to France with my husband and 3 kids (10, 12,15). We are staying in Paris for 5 nights and ending our trip with a canal trip on Midi canal with about 10 days to spare between the two. This is what I'm thinking and need help and advice please. I really would love to go to strasbourg/ colmar for 3 nights where we will hire a car and explore there a bit. Then thought we would drive down to the canal stopping at Beaune, Lyon and Avignon for 2 to 3 nights each, just to break the journey and see a bit of the country at the same time. Would then do a 5 night canal trip and end off our holiday like that. I realise we won't stay in any region for ages but is it a feasible plan.Thanks in advance for your insights.

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