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Late October Trip in France

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I will be studying abroad in Orleans,France this year. I would like to take a trip by train somewhere during our first holiday,which begins October 24 and lasts until November 1. I am 25 years old and I will be traveling solo most likely. I'm thinking five days will be enough time for the trip. My question is which town should I visit? I enjoy sitting in cafe's, eating pastries and chocolates, people watching, walking outside, visiting cathedrals and castles, and taking photographs. I want a place that says "Lovely France in the Fall," and free of tourists. Nice weather is a plus. I am also considering renting a car. Thank you kindly for your help!!

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