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PARIS ... best area to stay w 16 y.o. daughter??

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hi all! as a special 16th birthday gift, i'm taking my daughter to paris for 1 week this october .. .. YAY!!!! we're renting an apartment via airbnb, but i'm not sure what area to stay in. i've narrowed down to a handful of options within our budget (approx $70usd/night). i've traveled to paris previously & was lucky enough to stay in saint-germain! unfortunately, our budget doesn't seem to allow for that area, which i think my daughter would have enjoyed.

any advice on which of these streets (i realize some may be ambiguous-- but airbnb will only give st name, not exact address!) might be the best option for a mother & daughter? i love the charm & "parisian feel" (cobblestones, old buildings) of the latin quarter. but we also don't mind quirky, more modern areas, but in a "charming - artistic - not too ruckus" sort of way (if you know what a mean).

any advice or insight you can give me into these areas will be so greatly appreciated. (some are at the top top end of our budget, but if it's worth it, i might have to bite the bullet.) THANKS -- LINDA :)

1. Rue des Pyrénées
2. Rue Arthur Rozier
3. Rue Dugommier
4. Rue Richer
5. Rue du Marché Popincourt
6. Rue de Clignancourt
7. Avenue de Clichy
8. Rue Championnet

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