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Apartment vs Hotel -- Packing suggestions

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I will be in Paris September 15th thru October 1st. This is my third trip but the first time staying in an apartment. Does anyone have a packing list or suggestion of things I might want to bring with me instead of purchasing when I arrive? Example: The unit does have a washer/dryer all in one unit..would it be more economical to bring a few individual laundry packets with me or is it easy to find travel size detergents so that I don’t end up with a lot leftover at the end of my stay? I know the unit doesn’t have a hair dryer so I am bringing mine; this is something I wouldn’t normally bring staying at a hotel. I appreciate all suggestions. :)

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