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Family trip to Paris - which area?

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We will be visiting Paris for the first time in July. Since there will be 6 of us (me and my husband, kids 10 & 13 years old, and my in-laws) we will probably stay in an apartment. Would love some suggestions on which areas would be easy for walking to restaurants, sights and parks for kids to run around. Last year we stayed not far from Piazza Navona in Rome and the kids loved going for strolls in the evening and watching the musicians and artists on the piazza. Is there a similar area in Paris? We also walked everywhere but we probably won't be able to do that in Paris. My daughter is very much lobbying for an apartment with Eifel tower views, but from what I've been reading, the 7th is not at all lively in the evening.

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