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If you had to choose between a week in the Dordogne around Sarlat, Roacamdour area or Provence around St Remy, what would you choose? Right now I'm leaning towards the Dordogne , perhaps because I've done more research into the area. Even though Provence sounds like "the" area to see, I'm a little concerned about it being too touristy and crowded, not that the sights in Dordogne won't be too. We're having to cut back on our trip by a week, so must choose between these two areas. We're doing a week in Paris with a day trip or two (Versailles ), a couple days in Normandy and then an extra week for either the Dordogne or Provence. Also, any comments on Normandy would be appreciated too. We only have a couple days, so I'm thinking one in Bayeux to tour the Omaha beach tour and then maybe one to two days near Honfleur or Le Havre. Kids aren't much for history, but I think they have to do the tour to appreciate the sacrifices made for us. Any recommendations on a shorter tour? Sorry, this ended up being a long winded question, maybe should have made it two.

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