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Paris with Toddlers

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We are spending week in Normandy area in a house. We are then spending 3 days in Paris. There will be three children 5, 4, and 3. The adults have been to Paris before and we have seen allot of the city- but not with children. We plan on spending time outdoors, Monet and Rodin museums and outdoor parks and of course eiffel tower for the kids. So I am looking for a place to stay close to those areas that is family friendly. Would prefer an apartment (7 people total- 2 families) -easier for privacy, meltdowns and other toddler related issues- but we are open to a hotel as well. Any thoughts?

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