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Best area for a week in Paris w/ 4 year old? Playgrounds?

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Hello! I'm wondering if any seasoned parent travelers have a tip on a great neighborhood for kids in Paris? Ideally I'm hoping to find a place in close proximity to a good playground (Luxembourg Gardens?) and a larger grocery store like Monoprix in addition to smaller quaint shops. Easy access to tourist sites is not as important as being a kid friendly area. We normally stay on the Ile St Louis which I love but I know it will be a better experience for all of us if we can have access to some, kind of park or playground close by. I am not familiar with the area near the Luxembourg Gardens, any thoughts? Greatly appreciative of any advice! Also if anyone has rented a great family friendly flat, I'd love to hear about it!

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