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from Sarlat to Strasbourg

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Some posters might remember my questions in March about fitting the Dordogne and Alsace-Lorraine into a single trip. We are now ten days away from the trip. We will spend five nights in Sarlat (will have car) and on the sixth morning drive toward Merignace airport, hopefully sightseeing along the way. We then turn in the car and spend a night near Merignace Airport for an early flight to Strasbourg on the seventh morning. The hotel which seems most recommended is the Quality Suites. Comments about that choice? Our flight will be at 8 a.m.

We have our hotel in Strasbourg in the heart of the city. We will be spending seven nights. Do you suggest a car in this area or could we get along without one. It sounds nice to think of taking a train to Colmar, etc, and not worrying about an extra glass of wine at lunch. However, we want to take full advantage of being there, and if a car is necessary, that's what we'll do. Could anybody weigh in on the pros and cons.

Very excited as days get closer. don't want to make any really bad choices. Thank you.

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