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If you only have 2 1/2 days (2 nights) in Paris, what would you not miss?

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I've never been and on an upcoming trip to England to visit my husband's family, we'll be leaving our twin 3 1/2 year olds with grandma to take a quick trip to Paris by ourselves - our first trip alone without them since they were born. It will be my first time in Paris. I want to see the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre for sure but wanted to see what are the what not to miss spots. Versailles, Notre Dame? One of the nights our friends were able to get us dinner reservations at this hard to reserve restaurant (chef is their friend) http://www.l-acajou.com/ - so we'll be having dinner there on our 2nd night. Any other suggestions for a not so fancy but memorable place to eat for our first night?

Any suggestions welcome. We will be kids less and are ready to roam freely and quickly!

Thanks in advance.

p.s. any good reads that will prepare me for a bit of background/history of the places you suggest? The flight will be kids less too so I will have time to do some reading. ;-)

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