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Paris in the spring

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This will be our first trip to Paris, traveling as a couple with a female friend along for the ride. My husband is not a fan of large, impersonal hotels. He is also a bit of a "market street" addict. The Rue Cler area has been recommended, but I see nothing really in that area save the Eiffel Tower as far as the big sites go. We will do the usual, Louvre, d'Orsay, Notre Dame, Sainte Chappelle, etc. We also do not want to spend an arm and a leg, as I am sure there are several things in Paris I would much rather spend my Euro on! We plan to be there for 4 days at the end of April (starting our trip in Amsterdam, then Brussels/Bruges).

Thank you for any info you can offer. I will also say that I have an issue with stairs (bad knee), so probably will not be leaning heavily on the Metro due to the steps involved but we are all fine with straight up walking!

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