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Birthday dinner with Eiffel Tower view

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October 12th our family of 4 arrives in Paris via the train from London. That also happens to be my husband's birthday and we'd like to have a nice dinner somewhere with a great view of the Eiffel Tower. That seems apropos for a celebration our first night, first trip to Paris. He is a footy and really looking forward to eating his way through that leg of our trip. I enjoy well prepared food, but am less adventurous. I have one adventurous eater and one who'd be happy eating burritos and burgers. They have eaten in nice restaurants. I'm not sure what kind of price range to give for Paris. The two of us have eaten meals that ran in excess of $500 though not often and I'm not sure we want to spend double that for 4 although I'm sure it's easily done once you add in alcohol.

On a side note how much time do we need to get from the train station to our hotel in the Latin Quarter?

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