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Travel in France - problems?

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We are planning to travel to Bordeaux/Dordogne from July 8-19 and are curious about the impacts of labor strikes and flooding. We've read reports about gas shortages and flooding but are not sure if these are causing issues in the Bordeaux/Dordogne area. We are planning to fly in and out of Bordeaux and then driving in the area. We are also wondering if flying through Amsterdam would be preferable to flying through Paris. Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks!

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