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Paris Vacation in July

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My husband and I are planning a 20th anniversary without our children in July. We were looking to go the Carribean for 5 days on the beach. We are reconsidering our choice since we have some (rare) time alone and think we should be more adventurous. We are now considering Paris, but we know nothing about it or even how to start. I can figure out the itinerary, but i don't know anything about hotels in Paris, or should we split time between Paris and ???another area of France? We can stay up to 7 days, depending on cost.

Some basic questions:
--Budget: Moderate. Looking for $3,000 total including hotel/airfare. Is this possible?
--Hotel: I have no sense of hotels, beyond the 4-5 star hotels. I don't need a 5 star, but we certainly want something safe and clean (are there Marriott hotels?)
--Location: where best to stay in Paris that is central so we can walk? We are New Yorkers, so we love to walk.

Any information is helpful, including any travel related services.

Thanks so much.

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