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Our Dordogne/Paris Itinerary finalized - thanks for all the help!

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By finalized, I mean all the hotels are booked. I still have lots to do in terms of what we want to do each day, but that's the fun part. Here's how we ended up:

We fly into Toulouse in early June, pick up a rental car and drive to Sarlat.
We'll stay 6 nights at Les Cordeliers ( http://www.hotelsarlat.com/ ).

Then we'll spend 2 nights in Figeac at Hôtel des Bains ( http://www.hoteldesbains.fr ).

My husband prefers to drive to Paris (I prefer the train), so I thought we should find a nice place to stay part way there so we could have a relaxed drive.

So we'll stay one night in Bourges (which looked interesting enough for one night), at Oustal en Berry ( http://www.oustalenberry.fr ). Then onto Paris.

In Paris we're staying in the 10th, along Canal St. Martin, for 4 nights at Le Citizen Hotel ( http://lecitizenhotel.com/ ). That area looks very interesting to me, we had previously stayed in the 6th. Of course we'll ditch the car when we get to Paris.

So there you have it. Seems so simple, but took me quite a while to figure out, I spend a lot of time figuring out how long to stay where, and on accommodations. Everyone has been SO helpful on this board!

Alice

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