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Weekends trips in France

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Hello all.. I will be working in France for 5 weeks and I have the weekends open to do some travel. I will be based in Tours for 3 weeks ( 2 weekends) and then to Paris for 2 weeks (3 weekends). I have been already in France ( Paris ( all the main places ) and Amboisse ( all the castles ans so on) Loved both but I don't want to repeat. I don't think I will have a car at least I see that it is better a car and I may consider renting, so basically so far would be train or busses. I was thinking about the first weekend in Dordogne, or Burgundy? and when in Paris, perhaps Normandy? Any good advices .. will be really welcome.. ah .. all this would happen during June - July time frame .. Merci :)

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