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How Would You Split Your Time, Paris/Amsterdam or Paris/Provence

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So we're headed to Paris, early May, first time, can't wait!!

We're still deciding whether to stay in Paris for our full 12 non-travel days, or divvy it up into Paris/Amsterdam or Paris/Provence. I've been reading other threads on this topic, and am pondering,...

IF we do decide to do either Paris/Amsterdam or Paris/Provence rather than stay in Paris whole time (with possible day trips), how would you divide the time? Right now am thinking seven/five or eight/four (with the larger number in Paris, of course). Does that sound about right, able to enjoy both places and come home not exhausted?

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