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Fifth Trip to Paris Ideas

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I love the biggies in Paris- Louvre, D'Orsay, Eiffel Tower, L'Orangerie and I also enjoy the smaller/lesser knowns like Cluny, Jaquemart Andre, Musee Quai Branly. I also have shopped the department stores and boutiques as well as wandered many of the gardens.

For my next trip to Paris I'm considering fewer museums and I just had a thought to put togehter a few ambiance themed days like a Macaron Crawl- stopping for samples at Laduree, Pierre Herme, Christoph Roussel, Bon Marche, Stoher, Maison Georges Larnicol, and Carette.

Other ideas I might explore include Paris Passages, a Brocante Day and A Drink with a View (Montparnasse Tower, Roof of Printemps, ?). Can anyone help me add some detail to these or tell me why they won't work and offer some other theme ideas?
Ann Marie

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