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Travel between Paris, Normandy and Brugges

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We'll be taking a barge trip in France next year (October) to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary. No.France ending in Dinant, Belgium. While in France (Paris) we would also like to visit Normandy (via train) and also include a trip to Brugges.......My question is how to do it all. We are in no hurry and don't want to try to squeeze in too much. Planning on spending up to three weeks for entire trip. Should we make the Normandy trip part of our time in Paris and then include the Brugges trip before or after our barge trip? Fly into Paris and out of Brussels? Any suggestions would help.
Thanks so much.

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