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Planning 1st visit to France ...

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I'm planning to visit France around May 2014. I am completely overwhelmed and feel like a foreigner sitting in my own home as I surf the net trying to make sense of it all. I don't understand 5th district, 7th district, etc. I feel like I should stay in a tourist-type area because I know nothing of France but I don't know how to make the distinction. I was just about to "throw in the towel" on this little adventure when I found this site. Perhaps there's a light at the end of the tunnel. I'm looking for suggestions on hotels comparable in features to a U.S. Marriott, Doubletree, etc. I would also like to know what I should expect to pay on average per night for a hotel (in USD), not too small, with a queen or king sized bed.

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