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Paris in winter?

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I have enough frequent flyer miles to go to Paris in OCt for 55,000 miles or in Jan-Feb for 30,000 miles. Hotels are very expensive in Oct; nice ones are more reasonable in Jan-Feb. This will be my 6th trip to Paris and I've never been in winter but am thinking it would be worth it to save enough miles for another trip to Europe later and to stay at a pretty nice hotel for less. This trip i am planning to SAVOR - not rush around to sites although am planning things like the Marmatton, other smal museums, perhaps a ballet, the covered passages...

If anyone has gone in winter, do you recommend it? How was the weather (dont' mind snow, hate rain) and any interesting experiences? i am thinking it will not be as crowded.

Planning to do alot of pastry sampling and poking about shops. perhaps a drink at the George V.

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