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Itinerary question - Paris, Normandy, lavender

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I am in the very beginning stages of planning a 2-week trip to France next June/July. I'm choosing this time period because I want to see the lavender in bloom. My original plan was to spend time in Paris with day trips to Giverny and maybe Versailles, and then take a train to Avignon to rent a car for the Provence/lavender part of our trip. I want to make the driving as easy as possible on my husband. What would be the best way to fit Normandy into the equation? Drive there from Provence and see if I can return the car there before taking a train back to Paris? Seeing Normandy as a day trip from Paris? Finding a home base somewhere in between the two?
Thanks for any advice you can give me.
Laurie

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