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Paris: where does a large family can eat and sleep in February?

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In February, my mother will be celebrating her 60th birthday and her dream is to reunite our family in Paris again (we lived there for a year 27 years ago when my parents attended graduate school). This time, our family reunion will include spouses and grandchildren. There will be 11 of us: my parents, my husband and I and two young girls (4 and 2 yo), my sister and husband and their two young kids (5 and 2 yo), and my adult brother. We are trying to rent an apartment to accommodate everyone. We figured this would be the best way to get at least a few meals in instead of relying on restaurants for every meal. My question is then two-fold: what is the best area to stay in? We would like it to be convenient not only to sites, but to grocery stores, shops, restaurants, etc. as for restaurants, any areas that we can experience Parisian food, atmosphere, that would also be kid-friendly? This trip will be a challenge. Any advice is super welcomed. Thanks!

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