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Minimum Age to Take to Four Kids to Europe and Michelin Maps Question

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I have four kids ranging in ages from a newborn baby to a six year-old. Like many of you, I'm obsessed with planning trips and I'm anxious to take my kids to France as soon as possible to share my passion with them. I've never been to the Dordogne, which appears to me to be the best possible place I could take them once they get old enough. It's a place that I want to spend several weeks and savor as much as possible, which seems to make it a good fit so we could stay at the same place the entire time. Anyway, I'm wondering how old you would recommend that my youngest child needs to be for all of us to have a great time, especially my wife?

Also, I'm planning to take my wife somewhere next year, and I have a question about Michelin maps. If I am interested in planning a trip to Brittany for instance, should I get Michelin Maps #308 and #309 or will #512 work? In reading some reviews, it sounds like regional maps like #512 may be too large to be very useful while driving. It would be great to get opinions on this.

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