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Paris Lourdes and the Mediterranean

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Cafe Richelieu or Cafe Marly?

Do you know which restaurant has better food and views of the Louvre Pyramid? I will be in France with my mom and planning some fun things to do. We are happy eating at bistros during the day but want nicer restaurants for dinner. We eat all food especially seafood and I'm always impressed when they can turn simple veggies to fab veggies! Any interesting exhibits, shows, theatre in the month of October? I haven't booked anything yet. Unless it's a fairly spacious apartment (in Paris?) with two bedrooms I think we are better off getting two hotel rooms. 10 days.

From there we head to Lourdes then to Nice. We will have a car in Nice so we can drive to all the nearby towns and Monaco. 1 week. I will also be in Amsterdam and Belgium before Paris. Any advice is very much appreciated. Thank you!

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