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We've stayed in several gîtes.net (Karen) wrote in message news:.Is renting a gite
the way to go or should we consider B B's?What areas should we
avoid during July ?Any advice would be appreciated.
It's more fun for us to bring home some crackers or local store brand
cookies than a box of souvenier quot[img]images/smilies/default/titter.net (Karen) wrote in message
news:.
nbsp;gt;Our usual visits to Europe includerentingan apt.google.
I'd have to leave Alsace to those who have spent time there.And it puts you in a good proximity to sneak down
to the French Rivera if you are so inclined (Nice, Canes, Monaco,
etc.com (acca) wrote in message news:.
nbsp;klb@servicemail.I will say that the last
week of June the canoeing traffic on the river was definitely picking up!

Sorry, can't help you with detailled adresses, but in general the
best accomodation I've found in France was usually BB (in
French: chambre d'hôte). Should add that I never used a gîte
cause I like to travel thru the country.

nbsp;Is renting a gite
nbsp;gt;the way to go or should we consider B B's?

We rented a gite for a month in '01.
nbsp;I know them all: Dordogne, definitely.
This decision may hinge on what is most important to you
about each area.aol.Lots of great food at reasonable prices. Yes, you can do your own cooking - and visiting the markets -
nbsp;but for each meal you eat in you miss eating out at a wonderful, often
nbsp;inexpensive restaurant (for the gîtes are often located in and around small
nbsp;towns).We will then spend two weeks in France with her. We try
to alternate nights but the urge to eat out still pulls.However, dinner is not the only meal and the scheduling
advantages alone of breakfast make it desireable for us.We will then spend two weeks in France with her.00000968@mb-fk.com (Steltzjr) wrote in message news:.com:

nbsp;Sorry, can't help you with detailled adresses, but in general the
nbsp;best accomodation I've found in France was usually BB (in
nbsp;French: chambre d'hôte).4c358a0d@posting.
nbsp;My daughter will be attending a language institute in July in
nbsp;Montpellier, France. or cottage;
nbsp;using it as a base to explore the area and do our own cooking. And that cocktail hour too that
you mentioned! Those alone save a lot of money so that you then have more to
spend on dinners often out.

Concerning the areas you're thinking about and July - my experience
is that most of the French (whose main holiday is July and August)
tend to go to the seaside, but I suppose the Provence would be
the most crowded area - simply because it's the most famous for
foreigners.
nbsp;
nbsp;Baerbel.klb@servicemail.
All three have reputations concerning their wines.We
nbsp;don't like touristy, crowded places preferring quiet areas where we
nbsp;can hike, bike (even canoe) and visit villages. We try
nbsp;to alternate nights but the urge to eat out still pulls.09808.net (Karen) wrote in message news:.
Dordogne is less rigerous for walking and the canoeing might be
better (for various values of better).gif[/img]erugia chocolate.Dordogne
may have the broadest since it has it's own history in
that area, and is darn close to Bourdeux as well.
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