Love the country, so much so that we keep going back, each time exploring a different region. We've been to Paris, Strasbourg, Nancy, Beaune, a bit of the Jura region, Selestat, Colmar, Nice, St Paul de Vence, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, St Remy-de-Provence, the Luberon, Arles, Montpelier, Carcasonne, the Dordogne, St. Emilion, St Jean de Luz, Brittany, Normandy, some of Picardy, and Lyon. I speak French and am happy almost anywhere if I can strike up some conversation. We like to walk --I call it urban hiking--and get the unique flavor of a place. No problem driving or taking the train. We're not extravagant but willing to spend what it takes to experience a place. We vacation, i.e, slow down and do less than we would if we were just starting to get to know France. We both like good French food. My husband really knows his wines but has agreed to a no-vineyards trip. We're healthy 60-plus year-olds, neither of us into outdoor sports. We often stay in B&Bs with French-speaking hosts but when in a city, we prefer to stay in city center and near a metro stop. We both like classical music. I like French pop music. We find contemporary culture as interesting as history. We have our plane reservations, giving us 2 weeks, the second half of May. Help please! I'm as overwhelmed by the choices as I was when I was planning our first trip to France!