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Trip Report My Top Ten Recommendations for Paris

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After four months in Paris earlier this year , and blogging about our trip for the last few months, I'm ready to move on to talking and thinking about the next place we'll be visiting.

But just to finish I've put together a list of our Top Ten Recommendations for Paris. It's all on my blog where you'll find lots of links and ideas
http://somuchmoretosee.blogspot.com/2013/10/top-ten-recommendations-for-paris.html

Without going into all the details this is a broad eclectic snapshot of what we liked with everything from food to the fabulous Street Art Walking Tour we took with Underground Paris
http://undergroundparis.org/street-art-tours-paris

There are suggestions for smaller museums and places to visit outside the tourist center. We highly recommend Paris Greeters which is a great way to meet the locals.
http://www.parisgreeters.fr/?lang=en

For this and lots more check out the blog- don't worry it's completely non-commercial :). As ever I'm happy to answer any questions.

I broke this out from the very long Fodors trip report because I thought it would get buried there. But here's the link if anyone is interested.
http://www.fodors.com/community/europe/our-small-adventure-an-ongoing-paris-trip-report.cfm

Have fun wherever you are!

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