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    Au Petit Sud Oest

    Au Petit Sud Oest has a homey feel with a friendly owner and welcoming atmosphere. Adding to the homecooked...  Read more »

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    Local Expert Tip: "Your first stop will be the Tourism Office where you will get a free map directing you to all the sites van Gogh featured in his paintings."

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    Basilique du Sacré-Coeur

    Built in 1873 as a symbol of Christian righteousness, this historic basilica sits on a hill at Montmartre,...  Read more »

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    Batobus Louvre Stop

    Local Expert Tip: "Hop on and hop off all day long. Or buy the 3-day pass and make the River Seine your main method of transportation to see many of Paris's landmark sights. From the beginning of September to start of April they run about every 25 minutes from 10a.m. to 7pm; April to beginning September from 10 am to 9 :30 pm with pickups every 20 minutes. Day passes are currently set at €15euro or €7euro for kids under 16."

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    Belle Epine

    Belle Epine is a shopping center in Paris and is one of the largest shopping complexes in the city....  Read more »

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    Local Expert Tip: "This is the best place in Paris to get your fill of Chinese-Vietnamese cuisine, of the Wen-Zhou region. Your wallets will not suffer after a big meal here."

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    Benjamin Franklin Statue

    Local Expert Tip: "Benjamin Franklin was the first US Ambassador to France. When he lived here in Paris, it was out in Passy, an area that back then was considered countryside and where vineyards once thrived. This must have suited Franklin quite well as he was an avid oenophile."

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    Bois de Boulogne

    The Bois de Boulogne offers more than 2100 acres of beautiful terrain, including woods, lakes, waterfalls...  Read more »

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    Bois de Vincennes

    • Type: Parks
    • Neighborhood: 12ème Arrondissement

    The Bois de Vincennes, Paris's largest park, was originally fenced off as royal hunting grounds. Today,...  Read more »

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    Local Expert Tip: "The Buttes-Chaumont park, with its grottoes, willfully picturesque bridges and artificial waterfalls is a good example for the rococo style of gardening. It is also a great place for a picnic on a sunny day! (Consumption of alcohol in the park is officially prohibited.)"



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