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Normandy and Loire

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We plan two weeks in Paris with friends, but will arrive 6 days earlier and stay 7 days after their departure and are trying to decided on our itinerary. Which deserves more time; Normandy or the Loire valley? The time differential is not much, but we are leaning towards a couple of extra days in Normandy, the our Paris stay, followed by a shorter visit to the chateau of the Loire.

What is the collective wisdom of those with greater travel experience? What high lights are recommended. What are the must see attractions. We are interested in HISTORY, culture, scenic beauty, and good food and drink. All suggestions are appreciated.

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