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Sunday in Provence

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I will attempt to keep this simple. Unfortunately most weeks have a Sunday in them and I realize most/all stores will be closed.

However, does that mean people hibernate and the streets are empty?
Will tourist stores (if they exist in my list below) be closed?
Will they be abandoned?

Our interest on a Sunday would be to wander thru the streets of an historic district, see people and go into an occasional tourist store.

I would like to select from the following list for a Sunday:

Arles
L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
Pont du Gard & Uzes (together)
Montpellier
St Remy & Les Baux (together)

Thanks.

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