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Tour Planning--Now or later?

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My son and I will spend three nights, two unencumbered, non-travel days in St. Remy-de-Provence. I would lo spend a day touring some farms in the region as my son is very interested in gardening and farming. I would like to spend the other day visiting some historic sites--like Avignon. My question is, whether we could show up Friday afternoon and make these arrangements on site, or whether it is better to use a website to nail things down before we leave home.

A few more facts - We will arrive in Avignon in the the afternoon on Friday and depart from Avignon on Monday. I have rented a car, but would prefer to spend some time being driven in a van or bus--much more relaxing!

Any suggestions?

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