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Designing your own itinerary on a map --- Websites or Programs?

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I've been doing a ton of research on an upcoming trip to Paris with my husband & 4 year old.

I'm not sure if this exists, but I want to create a "map" of each arrondissement that has a specific Jardin or kid-friendly site that I don't want to miss. Then I want to map out nearby cafes, bakeries, toy stores, specialty shops, etc.

It's been my experience that I can do tons of research before the trip (with my many books & fodors) but once I'm on the trip, I need a simple map to look at.

I'm thinking mapquest can't do this because it would be about 10-15 "spots" in a given area. Can it?

Does anyone else know of a website or program that would let me do this in a map format?

Thanks...

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