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Would you rather walk/shop Ile Saint-Louis or Saint Germain-des-Pres?

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Paris: Seeing Notre Dame and tower on a summer morning, likely a Saturday. Planned to spend the afternoon (2 hours or so) walking and shopping in an area closeby. Would you rather walk/shop for a few hours around Ile Saint-Louis or Saint-Germain-des-Pres? Why? (Depending on how tired my family is, I'm not sure we would have the energy to walk around both areas). If you chose Saint-Germain-des-Pres, what streets are your favorite that are walking distance from Notre Dame (both for aesthetics/interesting architecture and quaint/unique stores)? If you chose Ile-Saint-Louis, what street would you go to first (looking for aesthetics as well as unique shopping)? How would you route your walking path?

Thanks in advance.

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