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Please help with my itinerary. Head is swimming, eyes are tired.....

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Sooooo.....here it is. I'm betting you're going to tell me it's too much. And there is so much more I want to squeeze in. I don't know if I'm all over the map. If there's a better way to organize it, I would LOVE to hear your suggestions. Is there anything you would recommend leaving out or adding? So far all I'm committed to are the plane tickets. I'm probably short-changing Provence, but there's just too much in Paris I have to see.
All feedback will be greatly appreciated!
Thanks,
Laurie

Wed., June 26
Arrive 9:45 a.m.
Get a reservation at Hotel Relais Bosquet in the Rue Cler area
La Promenade Plantee and The Viaduc des Arts to walk off jet lag
Evening - Vedettes du Pont Neuf river cruise

Thurs, June 27
Morning: Do Giverny early in the trip in case it rains later?
Afternoon - Rodin Museum
Evening - Musee d’Orsay (Thurs open until 9:45p.m.)

Fri., June 28
Overnight in Bayeux
Hotel d'Argouges or Hotel Churchill?
Tapestry Museum

Sat., June 29
D-Day tour. (Overland?)
Late train back to Paris

Sun. June 30
Morning: Luxembourg gardens
Afternoon: Morais, Richard Lenoir market, Place des Vosges
Evening: 5:30 - Evensong at Notre Dame,

Mon. July 1
Morning: St. Chappelle, Ile St Louis, Latin Quarter, Shakespeare & Company Book Store
Afternoon: Tuileries Garden, Musee de l’Orangerie
Evening: Ballet at Opera Garnier

Tues., July 2
Morning: Sacré-Coeur/Montmartre
Afternoon: Pere Lachaise Cemetary
Evening: Take an Art Nouveau self-guided walking tour around the Auteuil area in the 16th Arr

Wed., July 3
Morning: Versailles
Afternoon: Passages
Evening: Louvre open until 9:45 p.m.

Thurs., July 4
Train to Avignon
rent car and continue on to Luberon
Reserve 2 nights at: Les Mas Perreal - Luberon

Fri., July 5
Explore Luberon lavender fields
Hopefully find and eat at:
Le Castelas Ferme-Auberge
Sivergues-en-Lubéron

Sat., July 6
Explore the lavender fields around Sault
Reserve 2 nights at: La Ferme de la Huppe in Gordes

Sun., July 7
L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue

Mon., July 8
Drop off rental car in Marseille
1:00 p.m. flight

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