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A party of four, senior, active adults will be arriving in Paris on September 17th at 6:45 am I have made train reservations at 10:00 am to go to Tours where we will rent a car and drive to where we will be staying. The next day we have a full day wine tour followed by a hot air balloon ride. We will be in that area for two additional days then we will drive to Giverny stay over night then on to the Bayeux area where have a full day Normandy tour booked. We will be in the Normandy area for 3 days and would appreciate any guidance to quaint villages, great restaurants, etc. We all love to picnic and are more into meeting the locals and enjoying the beauty of France. We will then depart from Caen via train to Paris where we will stay for 3 days. Some of the group have been to Paris, some have not so our plans are still not set for Paris any suggestions would be wonderful. We will not be going to the Louvre. Again, enjoying the people, bistros, walks, probably not museums, just enjoying Paris. Any suggestions would be really appreciated.

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