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I would very much appreciate your advice on our upcoming Paris itinerary. My husband and I will be traveling with our nine year old daughter. Unfortunately she does not yet share our love for food. However she is an easygoing cheerful kid who does love bread and new experiences. I am looking for a mix of modern and classic French. I assume we should stay away from chef's choice menus only because of my daughter. We will be staying in the 5th arrondisement. We are tourists but I hope to avoid anything too touristy (although I have some of the famous sweets places included). I've been researching for a long time but with all of the wonderful choices it has been difficult! Thank you for your help!
Lunch - Moissonier
Dinner - takeout in apt
Lunch - picnic in Lux Gardens
Ballet at Grand Palais
Macarons at Ladurée
Dinner - Minipalais
Z's Cooking Class in 18th
Lunch - Ellsworth
Dinner - AG Kitchen St Germain
Lunch - Marché Maubert
Ice Cream at Berthillion
Dinner - Les Philosophes
Versailles Bike Tour
Dinner - Josephine Chez Dumonet
Lunch - L'Ami Jean
Dinner - Breizh Café
Lunch at Jardin d'Acclamatation
Snack at Huitrerie Régis
Dinner - ??
Should we venture to other areas more? Thank you in advance for your time.
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