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Restaurant Find – Rotisserie du Beaujolais

Here's what appears to be a good one, though we got serious about it too late to get reservations. The Rotisserie du Beaujolais is right across the street and run by the Tour d'Argent. Food is simple bistrot, but the setting overlooks Notre Dame and the menu looked tasty though Patricia Wellslike it too much. Address is: 19, Quai Tournelle, 75005 Paris, 01 43 54 17 47 Website supposedly is La Tour d'Argent, but I couldn't find any details anywhere.
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‘This is Paris,’ ‘This is San Francisco,’ but where is ‘This is Tokyo?’

I searched and searched for travel books to excite a two year old kid as well as inform me as to what are best things to do when we traveled. I found these, written by Sasek in 1959! With a minimum of words and a maximum of illustrations, 'This is Paris' captures the magic of mankind's capital city. 'This is…read more
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Birth of ‘Let’s Go, Paris’ pour les enfants…

Also, she and I developed a little ritual, to provide her with photos and information to get her excited about the voyage she was about to undertake. And then, I started to get calls from friends and strangers who had heard about my travels with my baby to get tips about traveling to distant lands, with different systems, logic, with little kids. ... My first business trip back after my maternity leave was to Toronto, Canada, and I had to figure out quickly, all of the tricks of traveling around the world with a little baby.
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Travelogue 360 Paris

Travelogue 360 Paris is an I SPY - like game that has you hunting for clues in Paris neighborhoods.  The graphics are beautiful and the life-like scenes will remind you more of a gritty Paris experience than images scraped off a postcard.  I haven't tried it yet with the kids, but I'm sure our 7-year old will love it.  You can try a 60-minute demo at Macgamestore.
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Restaurant Find – Rotisserie du Beaujolais

Here's what appears to be a good one, though we got serious about it too late to get reservations. The Rotisserie du Beaujolais is right across the street and run by the Tour d'Argent. Food is simple bistrot, but the setting overlooks Notre Dame and the menu looked tasty though Patricia Wellslike it too much. Address is: 19, Quai Tournelle, 75005 Paris, 01 43 54 17 47 Website supposedly is La Tour d'Argent, but I couldn't find any details anywhere.