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Honeymoon in France, suggestions?

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Hi everyone, my fiance and I are looking to take a trip to France (starting in Paris) in mid-January, between 1/12- ~1/19, and looking for suggestions on what to do. I know it's a short trip, but neither of us have much time off from work and looking to make the best of it. I must admit, that I know next to nothing about France as I've never been there. I'm not sure about the best places to stay in or things to do, so I'm hoping some of you could help us out on that front.

About us, late 30's couple who like to explore and more active things. We both love to cook and looking forward to trying some great restaurants and even take a cooking class, if it works out. One of my fiance's favorite places, during a recent trip here in the States, was to a goat cheese fromagerie where you could sit in a really cool rustic patio area and dine on goat cheeses and wine. If there's a unique experience like that out there, it would be awesome.

A coworker of mine recommended spending 2-3 days in Paris then taking a train down to Lyon for a few days. Exploring a few cities would be great but I don't want to push our luck. Would visiting a nearby country work in this?

Any ideas? What's reasonable to do in that short of a trip?

Any help would be sincerely appreciated.

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