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Traveling to France

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My wife and I along with another couple are planning to spend two to three weeks in France. Our primary purpose is to explore the country and experience the foods and wines. We are planning mid-September to begin our trip. Our first consideration is to rent a villa for one week in two different regions of France and use the dwelling as a hub for our exploration and experience. The third week my wife and I would be exploring by ourselves. We have visited Paris many times and we never tire of the city. Our last trip was to Provence for two weeks. Suggestions as to where we should consider going for this trip, places to stay?

Thank you in advance for your input.

Scott

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