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I booked "Paris in Winter"

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So earlier i had started a thread about whether to go to Paris in winter using my frequent flyer miles as Jan-Feb only required 30,000 miles round trip, most of the responses were positive, and this morning I went ahead and booked it. i could not get the dates I wanted in Jan (would have saved me two vacation days as we have off for MLK Jr day and the day after for the Governor's inauguration). but I was able to get a week in Feb. Taxes and fees were $151 and I purchased US Air's trip insurance for $26. Seats were great!!

I have several hotel possibilities picked out so that is the next step. So I hope all goes well. I got Invisilign braces on last night and am a little worried I will not be able to enjoy myself - these things are darned annoying especially the 'attachments' -don't hurt just annoying and very hard to get out which i have to do to eat. I'm a wuss and dont' know if I'll be able to handle this process.

Anyway thanks to all who gave their opinion and to Denisea for all your wonderful descriptions of your Christmas trips to Paris.

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