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Trip Report Provins as a day trip from Paris

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Provins is one of the principal medieval cities within easy reach of Paris, and most of you will have seen it masquerading as any number of places in historical movies where old stones are required. This is absolutely the best time of year to take a trip there with all of the municipal flowers in full bloom, and to say that they are abundant is an understatement.

There are hourly trains from Paris-Est, and the Navigo pass is valid on them if you have one.

Here is the report that I made of my trip yesterday, and please note that there is a link in to the sensational report that FrenchMystique made of the area in 2010 showing all of the great biking roads that some of you might want to consider: http://tinyurl.com/provins2016

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