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Paris December 2014 itinerary

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Ok. I'm planning to go to Paris December 2014, I'm thinking earlier in the month rather than later but that's still up in the air. I decided 9 days (excluding travel time) is enough for me as I'll be definitely be missing home by then!

I'm looking at this hotel http://www.hotel-paris-laperle.com/
La Perle, I just like the look of it and the price range is good for me. Anyone stay there?

This is a list of my "want to see"

Louvre
Musée d'Orsay
Les Passages Couverts
Eiffel Tower
Notre Dame
La Conciergerie and Sainte-Chapelle
Arc de Triomphe
Grand and Petit Palais
Montmartre
Les Catacombes
Musée Rodin
Explore the Marais

Really, I love taking photographs and looking at architecture. I'm one of those instagrammers so I love using my iphone and snapping my heart out =) Just walking around the city is amazing for me is basically what I'm trying to say. It's early yet so I haven't grouped my days together I'm working on that, but I don't want it to be too planned.

Can anyone recommend parks that would be pretty, or anything else I'm missing that's a must see for a first timer?

Thanks again!

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