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Paris gift ideas for loved ones

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There will be special birthdays coming up - my parents, two sisters and brother. Though they have been to Paris (except brother), they will not be visiting this year. As a birthday gift, I was planning to pick a few Paris-related items they might love - i.e food/snacks, cosmetics, kitchen stuff - wrapping each one beautifully and laying them snuggly inside a luxurious box before mailing it. I was hoping to put together 6-7 pieces they can individually unwrap. I realize this is a tough order but I'm sure we can come up with great options. Requesting opinions from Paris enthusiasts to make it a memorable experience. I once did this for my sister's birthday and she loved it, tears and everything. It was mainly filled with all of our childhood snacks. For this year's present, one of the gifts included will be a large jar of Henri Le Roux Caramélier. Any advice and ideas very much appreciated. Thanks.

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