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Paris apartments - please help decide between these two or more!

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My husband, myself and our two grown sons are planning a 2 week visit to Paris in May. I have only just started exploring available apartments as it has taken us a long time to decide where to go on our family vacation! I have found reasonable rates at www.parisAdress.com and wondering if I could get some help deciding between these two apartments. We have been to Paris before, once in 2003, and this trip we plan mostly to soak up the culture and enjoy the wine and food. We would like easy access to shops, etc., and walking distance to most things. Price is also a concern and I would prefer to pay less (or much less if possible) than 3000 Euros for the two weeks. I am certainly open to other recommendations but again price is an issue. I have looked at many of the Paris Apartment discussions here and have found most recommendations are more costly.

ParisAddress has two apartments that look lovely, are in our price range, but are in different areas of the city. They are AMEL 108 in Marais and DUBAIL in Republique/10th at www.parisAddress.com. Thanks for any help with this!

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