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Luberon and where to stay

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After numerous driving trips to European cities my husband and I are willing to see less each day but rather inhale the culture of the places we see. For our 12 day visit to south east France I have made reservations in Nice, St. Remy, and St. Paul du Vence. Some of your recommendations led me to these stops. We have 4 more days to explore and also to relax.
For months I have been reading that other fellow's guide (RS) and Stu Dudley's itinerary as well as Fodor's but can't decide where to stay and explore for those few days. I was thinking the Luberon would be different than the other places but am open to other ideas. I'm hoping some of you will share your favorites.
We are interested in Roman history, like visiting small villages and big cities, and tooling around in the car. We have been known to take naps! So any suggestions would be much appreciated.

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