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5 Observations About Paris

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We're just back from our most recent 10-day stay in Paris. As usual, it was amazing. We took our 3-year for the third straight year (it's the perfect city for kids).

A few things I noticed:
-Kids meals in restaurants are more sophisticated, no chicken fingers anywhere.
-Paris needs more fast-casual dining options and a good Tex-Mex restaurant.
-The French are rarely rude, they're simply polite and expect us to be the same.
-Even in our burgeoning casual society, dressing well is still important.
-Marlborough Lights still rule. Everyone still smokes.

Read it all here, if you like. http://www.theginamiller.com/2014/12/5-observations-about-paris.html

I'd love your thoughts.

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