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What beverage choices for children in French restaurants

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During our Christmas dinner yesterday our grandsons were asking us what beverages they would be drinking in June when we take them to France for the first time. Since we had never traveled with young children to Europe I wasn't sure what their choices would be.

I know milk will be available but our grandsons only drink fat free milk. Is it likely there will be fat free milk for them in most restaurants?

I've already told them they will be drinking a lot less soda due to the expense and lack of free refills being offered and that they will probably see less ice cubes in their drinks than they are used to having. Am I giving a fair summary of what they should expect?

Thanks for your helpful comments, Deborah

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