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Taking a 10 year old girl to Paris- questions!

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My boss is taking his 10 year old daughter to Paris. She is interested in fashion and art.

He said that the fashion museum is closed and wants to know where else to take her.

Also he has the view of Montmartre as being full of artists doing sketches. I wasn't sure if that is still the case. If not, is there any place like that now?

I told him not to go to Angelina but where should they go for hot chocolate? They are staying in the 2nd.

I have seen mention of streets in the Marais with small jewelry stores. Could you tell me where they are?

I suggested that he take her to get some scarfs and have the sales person show her how to wear them like a Parisian. Is one of the big department stores best for that or does someone have a suggestion of a smaller shop?

Thanks. This is to start another generation on the road to being a Francophile!

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