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Paris Escape in Spring

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My fiance and I love Paris and have been fortunate enough to be able to return this year. I'm looking for some new ideas for our trip!

We will have enough time to do 2 day trips possibly even 3 if we're motivated. We've only been to Versailles so far. What do you think would be the perfect combination if we do 3 easy to get to locations? We enjoy castles, champagne, wine, art but not too much into the Medieval stuff.

This is also a culinary escape on a semi moderate budget meaning instead of splurging on dinners, we'll go for lunch instead. It is also great timing with the Euro being fantastically low so please introduce me to some of your favorites. We are staying in the 10th but will trek anywhere for great food! Knowing my adventurous fiance, he will probably throw in a couple of surprise dinners but the plan is to go big on lunch.

We have also been to a few museums, some we will return to like the d'Orsay, but there are plenty more to explore such as the Air and Space museum. Any favorites stand out? I'm sure I'll have more questions as I prepare but I am grateful for anything you might have for me. Thanks and yay for Paris!

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