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Wedding in Nantes. Want to travel from Barcelona to Paris.

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My husband and I are attending a wedding in Nantes in July, 2012. We'd love to fly into Barcelona and stay there for a few days. Then travel to Nantes (through Bordeaux, where we'd stop for some wine tasting) and finally, after the wedding, we'd travel to Paris for a few days. Our prelim itinerary would be:

Thurs - Sun in Barcelona
Mon - Thurs travel through Bordeaux to Nantes
Fri - Sun in Nantes for wedding
Mon - Wed in Paris

Our questions are:
1. Does this make sense? Is it doable?
2. Should we rent a car? Or will we be able to utilize the trains/public transport and still enjoy the Bordeaux wine region?
3. We don't speak French. Will it be difficult to book hotel rooms in the French countryside? If so, what's our option?

Thanks so much for any help you can give. We appreciate it!

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