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Nice to Paris in 7 days with my 11 year old

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This forum is an amazing, invaluable resource. Thank you, in advance, to all who reply. My 11 year old and I are taking a father-daughter road trip from Nice to Paris for 1 week, after a 2-week family reunion (Verona - villa - 1 week; Cinque Terre (hotel 2 nights); St Paul de Vence - hotel 3 nights). She and I plan to drive from Nice to Paris (where we will stay for 3 nights), stopping in Gorge du Tarn, Dordogne River, Lascaux II. This is her first time and I am definitely tending toward being overly ambitious in our travel plans. The problem I have is an embarrassment of riches. There is much I want to show her. I am fully aware of the axiom, "Less is More." So, I am trying to pare down to a sensible scale. She is a confimed museum hater, and will very quickly tire of castles, walled cities and the like (which I could personally visit endly). We recently met someone from San Sebastian who implored us to stop there on our way north. My daughter has studied both French and Spanish - I'd love dip into Spain together. I know it is overkill. Please help me plan a trip we wil talk about for years to come. With sincere appreciation, Steve and Hannah

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