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    Try to avoid any of the restaurants near the major attractions. The food is good, but they price it all for tourists ( we stopped at a cafe near the Eiffel Tower and it was over 80 euros for us to eat lunch (3 adults and one child). Try to wonder out of the main areas when looking to eat. Most museums are cheap enough to visit and not spend a lot ( I think the louvre was like 10 euros). Try to walk as much as possible. For example, you can do the Eiffel tower and Norte Dame by walking. It's also a fun way to somewhat learn your way around the city. One tip I have for when you eat, try to stick with water. Soda is as expensive as alcohol! So that is one cost that can add up without you even noticing til the end of the trip. over 8 years ago

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    Definitely climb to the top of Notre Dame,love the gargoyles.Rodin Museum,The Louvre.. didn't get to the Impressionists at Musee D'Orsay.. over 8 years ago

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    I think the parisienne street food is the best and great for a budget!!! Grilled cheese sandwich is to die for... Go down streets "off the beaten path", these great food finds are abundant! over 8 years ago

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