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Comparison of Chocolate tours in Paris

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Hey all, new to the boards. Would love some opinions. My family and I will be in Paris from Dec 27 until Jan 2. I wanted to set up a chocolate/ pastry walking tour. The 2 I believe i ahve narrowed it down to is Meet the French's choc tour, 3 hours behind the scenes and samples included. The other is Paris-Walks 1 1/2 hour tour samples included. Meet the french is 90 euro for adult 59 euro for child while Paris Walks is 27 euro per person. Anyone have experience with either of these. Is Meet the French worth the difference in price. I dont mind paying the difference if it is worth it. One post i read said the behind the scenes and getting to talk to the chef's made the experience worth while.

So, any help is greatly appreciated, look forward to hearing from everyone

thanks, Clyde

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