NECK & NECK

November 13, 2009

Taking a walk through Paris

Paris, City of Light it’s a wonderful place to visit and enjoy with kids!

It seems that Paris has more museums and monuments per square kilometer than anywhere else and they are fabulous, but don’t explode trying to see them all with your kids.

Paris is also a great walking city, especially all those wide boulevards, and tucked away in every neighborhood are charming little parks, open to everyone. Wherever you go, breathe in the delicious smells of pastries and fresh bread from the nearest patisserie or boulangerie, and stop in to sample the sweetness of Paris.

Here are a few NECK & NECK’s outfits for a weekend in Paris

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More tips for a weekend in Paris with kids 

Ride the carousels – Paris has numbers of charming carousels, especially popular for younger kids. Give it a whirl whenever you happen to stumble onto one. Carousels can be found in the Jardin Des Tuileries, in the Parc du Champ de Mars, at bottom of the hill of Sacre Coeur in Montmartre, and in the Luxembourg Gardens.

Batobus – Take the “batobus,” a water taxi, to ride up and down the Seine, stopping off at “must-see” sightseeing spots, such as the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower.

As you’d expect, Paris has fun food, and cafes on every corner. When your feet are about to fall off, sink into a café and order up hot chocolate or cold drinks, baguettes with butter and jam, desserts or pastries. Paris is the place to enjoy eclairs and anything chocolate or fruit tartes. Creperies are a big hit – try different flavors of crepes. Candies and cookies, like nothing you’ve seen before, are a “must try.”

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