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My niece, her mom and brother are planning a trip to Paris after Christmas and have asked for my advice. I remember that Paris Perfect had been highly recommended in the past, but I read on Yelp that they have been slipping. (I was never able to afford it, anyway, but I think they might. They had a really bad year last year.)

My favorite areas are the 7th and 6th (St. Germain). I know there are other choices, but for the infrequent traveler, I think those are good Paris-y places. Long story short--any suggestions for a nice stay? Maybe 2 bedrooms.

I've been off the site for a long time and it's good to be back!

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