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Toulouse-Montreux-Paris

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My family and I will be traveling this route next month and would like any advice on maximizing our road trip, which will only consist of 6 days We have two boys, ages 8 and 6, so we are trying to make it exciting for them as well. Their only requests for the trip are the Chocolate train and the Eiffel tower. We plan on driving directly from Toulouse to Montreux, Switzerland. We will overnight there, then take the Chocolate train the following day. Any family friendly restaurants to recommend? The next day we will leave Montreux and make our way towards Paris. I would like to stop somewhere between the two cities for the night, possibly a quaint village? We will then make our way to Paris on day 4. My husband and I have visited there many times, and realize 48 hours is barely adequate, but it's amazing what we can squeeze in when in a time crunch. My boys will be happy to see the Eiffel tower and the Louvre, and we should also have time to stroll the Champs Elysees. Would greatly appreciate family dining advice in Paris, as well as any stops we should make heading south back to Toulouse.

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