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Itinerary assistance Southwest France

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We will be travelling in late April and would like to see a variety of sights in the Dordogne, and South of France.
A tentative itinerary is;
Day1 Friday; Paris to Bordeaux via TGV, mid afternoon arrival, pick up rental car and drive to Les Eyzies. Stay one night..
Day 2 Saturday, Visit Font de Gaume, Lascaux II. Leave late afternoon, Drive to Conques (Abbey of St. Foy). Stay locally.
Day 3 Sunday, Visit Abbaye St. Foy, depart in afternoon, visit Moissac (Abbaye St. Pierre) en route to Toulouse. Stay in Toulouse.
Day 4 Monday,Sightseeing Toulouse, Stay in Touluse.
Day 5 Tuesday, Drive to Carcassone, sight seeing and stay that night in Carcassone.
Day 6 Wednesday, Drive to Nimes (visit Camargue en route), stay in Nimes locality.
Day 7,Thursday, Sightseeing Roman sites/Nimes, drive Avignon for sightseeing in pm, stay in Avignon.
Day 8 Friday, Sightseeing Avignon, late afternoon departure, TGV to Paris Charles de Gaulle, Stay at airport hotel for return to US the next day
Seems like a lot of driving and checking in and out of hotels. Any thoughts about ways to see the same sights using a central base and day trips from one locale?

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