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Looking for "safe" lunch stop: Paris CDG to Tours

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And by safe I mean most importantly somewhere where a car full of luggage (even though locked and concealed) is at minimal risk. My perfect location could be a small, non-touristy village, at a resto where the locals eat (my French is passable enough for that), and in the super ideal, with a dining terrace where the car would be visible. (Not asking for much, am I?) A side benefit would be a Carrefours or such nearby, where we can provision before arriving at our rental apartment. As an alternative, even an aire/rest stop would be OK, but I'm not sure if there are any on our travel route. Suggestions (and even comments on the suitability of my level of paranoia here) would be most welcome. Thanks.

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