Fodor's Around Paris with Kids (Fodor's Around Paris with Kids: 68 Great Things to Do Together) Paperback – 15 May 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
We used the book to plan our trips, but we also, kept it in our backpack wherever we went in case we needed to improvise, or to choose places to eat in different areas.
We found restaurants in Paris to be a bit of a challenge, as many of them are not child friendly. The book was invaluable in this regards.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
So if you are going to Paris or somebody is going to live there this will be a great book!
My seven year old really got into it. It has a flip-cartoon of the Eiffel Tower, which he flipped over and over again before settling on a page to read. It really excited him.
I strongly recommendation this book if you are going with kids.
The headlines at the top of each page are in French so if you are not fluent enough to understand them, you are forced to read through each page to decide if it would be something the family might enjoy. I have found this book to be of little use for my needs (which are to plan our 5 day stay in Paris), but if you are planning a longer visit where exploring neighborhoods and their parks are of interest to you, you might find the book helpful.
The only thing we thought was good about this book was the dancing Eiffel Tower contained within its pages!