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Paris, Provence and Cote d'Azur

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I am heading to Paris, Provence and Cote d'Azur with my husband and 6 year old son in July and would love suggestions on what towns are best for a family to explore and where to base our stay. We want to stay in the countryside - think lavendar fields and plenty of room for my son to run and play - and drive our rental car to various interesting sites and towns. Can anyone suggest hotels as well? Thinking 4 star in the $300 -$400 range. Are there any hotels with children's programs?

I have read a lot about Stu Dudley in this forum and his Provence/Cote d'Azur itinerary. Does anyone have a copy - it sounds fabulous!

Thank you for your help!!

Tymommy

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