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by Valerie Gwinner

eBook Paris With Kids (Open Road's Paris with Kids) epub
  • ISBN: 1593600046
  • Author: Valerie Gwinner
  • Genre: Travel
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Open Road; 2nd ed. edition (November 18, 2003)
  • Pages: 336 pages
  • ePUB size: 1136 kb
  • FB2 size 1189 kb
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Valerie Gwinner is the author of Open Road's Paris with Kids and London with Kids. She lived in Paris as a young adult and spends several months there every year.

Valerie Gwinner is the author of Open Road's Paris with Kids and London with Kids. Series: Open Road's Paris with Kids. Paperback: 288 pages.

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Published November 18, 2003 by Open Road.

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Paris With Kids' offers insider tips for reconciling the adult, romantic side of Paris with the city's kid-friendly, adventurous aspects. The author presents a wealth of advice on how to plan a family visit to Paris, and how to have a great time while you're there. A Great Travel Guide Period. com User, May 1, 2006. This is an excellent travel guide that happens to focus on things that are especially appealing when you are traveling with kids. The descriptions of the sites around town are interesting and well done.

Visiting Paris with the family? Experience the best family-friendly Paris activities and attractions with our guide to Things to do in Paris with Kids. It will be nice to be able to solve problems over the phone and not have to go to the Paris pass office and have to pay transportation out of pocket. Reply from The Paris Pass 10 December.

Paris With Kids – The best family tours, attractions, day trips, and historical sites. Paris tours and guides are great. Kids tend to ignore their own parents but listen to other adults talking about local history, food, or customs. Definitely recommended. Kid-friendly shows and events for families. Get Your Guide – Great site for finding tours and getting good discounts. Skip The Line Tickets: Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Versailles, Disneyland Paris, Arc de Triomphe, Catacombs, Musee d’Orsay. Chocolate Tasting Tour – A 3-hour walking tour of és with 5 chocolate tastings, 3 pastries, and several breads.

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Climb the Steps of the Eiffel Tower. Julie, Do kids 18 and under who are US citizens need a Paris museum pass? How do we prove age? I have a rather tall and lanky 17 year old. It goes without saying that the Eiffel Tower cannot be missed on a trip to Paris. Kara looked forward to this the most so we made it the very first thing we did. Both of our kids climbed all 600+ steps to the second level. They were not open when we took Tyler and Kara but Tim and I have been and we really liked them. It’s quite an interesting experience wandering underneath the streets of Paris in long hallways lined with human bones. Let them take pictures.

Paris With Kids is a unique guidebook that reconciles the romantic side of Paris with the city's kid-friendly aspects. It is full of tips for planning and enjoying a great family trip to the City of Light. There are facts and anecdotes that bring the stories of Paris to life. So what are you waiting for? Isn't it time you discovered Paris With Kids? About the Author: Valerie Gwinner is a great lover of Paris and children. When not immersed in travel projects, she writes about women's health issues.

Paris with kids: Washinton Post Kids can run around Parc de la Villette, the largest green space in Paris, or visit its other attractions, such .

Paris with kids: Washinton Post Kids can run around Parc de la Villette, the largest green space in Paris, or visit its other attractions, such as the Cite des Sciences museum. I Want To Travel Us Travel Family Travel Travel Tips Travel Destinations Vacation Travel Paris Travel Vacation Trips Travel Photos. Paris is Always a Good Idea. What others are saying. Rent a Travel Trailer - Hit the Open Road With the Family - You Will Have a Ball.

Paris With Kids is a unique guidebook that reconciles the romantic side of Paris with the city's kid-friendly aspects. It is full of tips for planning and enjoying a great family trip to the City of Light. There are facts and anecdotes that bring the stories of Paris to life. There are fun adventures such as hunting for gargoyles at Notre Dame Cathedral, tracing the Secret of the Sorcerer's Stone through the Marais neighborhood, visiting a palace by candlelight, or biking under the Eiffel Tower. Paris With Kids is also full of practical advice, and kid-tested recommendations for where to eat and stay. It's an indispensable companion to travel lovers young and old.
Comments: (7)
Raelin
We purchased this book ahead of our first trip to Paris, thinking correctly that we'd first need to keep the kiddo entertained. The book contains good hints and ideas to be sure. But we found this to be a very limited resource. For example, it contains only a single map, and this is a general map with shapes depicting the areas of the 20 Arrondissements (districts) of Paris. But there is NO map showing locations of landmarks or places mentioned in the book, major Metro lines, or just a basic street map. Want to visit the Catacombs after reading the description? You'll need another resource to find where it is and how to get there.
huckman
We are going on a quick trip to Paris. Wish the book highlighted "Must See" attractions - I have to go to other websites to decide this, then look in the book for them. The book is filled with lots of information about the different parts of Paris. Hotel recommendations includes 3* hotels and a handful of 4* hotels (including a Best Western) but does not mention the best hotels in Paris. Same for restaurant recommendations.
Gtonydne
Our family of 5 is travelling to Paris soon and I was eagerly awaiting this book to aid in planning. There were plenty of family-friendly hotel recommendations all over Paris. When I checked out the reviews on travel websites of the recommended hotels, I found most of them had primarily negative reviews. Perhaps this is due to the fact that this edition is a few years old and not updated. A family of 5 does not easily 'fit' into Parisian hotel room configurations(most rooms hold 2-3 people max.), so my hope was that this book would explore possibilities for us. I got the feeling that 'family-friendly' meant 'budget' in this book.
I hope that some of the sightseeing recommendations are helpful for us to maximize our visit.
The addition of a map in the book, as in other Parisian travel guides, would have been helpful as I had to buy one separately.
Acrobat
Having just returned from a visit to Paris, our family found this guide to be helpful and fun. It's organized by neighborhood and lists hotels, restaurants, sites of interest to families and children, fun facts to keep kids amused, and useful information about hours of operation, prices, nearest metro stop, playgrounds, etc. Very handy.
Paxondano
We have several different guides for seeing Paris with kids but this one takes the cake. What we've particularly enjoyed are the suggestions of other sights within a vicinity that make it easy to plan a day or an afternoon. We definitely would have missed some of these smaller sights -- such as the shopping passages along the Grand Boulevards and the bird market on Ile de la Cite -- that our kids truly enjoyed. Gwinner offers sensible and imaginative advice that make sightseeing with kids a pleasure.
Reggy
it was too detailed. and maybe because my kids were still young, 2 and 5 year olds that some of the suggestions did not fit for them to go
Zeueli
Our family is similar to the authors: Franco-American, two kids (also boys) and a love of Paris. We thought we knew everything there was to know about Paris with kids, but this book taught us a wealth of new material, revealing an entire "new" city. If it could teach these old Paris hands a thing or two, just think what families new to Paris will learn. This book has a great mix of facts, fun, frivolity and fascination scattered throughout its pages, and is all you really need for a well-rounded trip to the City of Light. Buy it, pack it, and go!
Our family found this book an excellent guide to find fun and unusual adventures in Paris. While the words Travel, Education, History and Fun don't often conjure up excitement in children (or many adults for that matter) you can be assured that this book will point you to creative and investigative things to do in and around Paris. The best part is that our children obliviously absorbed the Education and History during the trip. Ms. Gwinner's tour ideas for the Marais district of Paris were of particular interest to our Harry Potter fanclub daughters, as well as leading us to the amazing "science Museum" of Paris... the Musee des Arts et Metiers.
Also of note were the quirky and interesting highlights placed throughout the book - like the "Gory Facts." I would have thought this would be more appropriate for teenage boys, but our girls loved the tidbits of historic macabre details. The Catacombs, the guillotine, famous cemetery...
Of even more importance to parents are the helpful suggestions for dining, restrooms and parks. Overall, I rate this book very good for the whole family - it provided a new insight into the Paris I have been to many times. I am happy to report that our experience in Paris was very child friendly. Maybe this was because we were prepared by "Paris with Kids."
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