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Batobus boats make hop–on/hop–off stops at eight major monuments between the Eiffel Tower and the Jardins des Plantes (day pass, $20; 10 a.m.–7:30 a.m. in summer). From the Jardins des Plantes, you can switch to a Vogéuo commuter water bus, which stops at the happening quays in front of the François Mitterand Library; the round–trip on the entire route takes about 90 minutes ($4).

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10 Things Not to Do in Paris

Condé Nast Traveler: Ten Things Not to Do in Paris. A surprisingly good list of recs of what TO DO as well.

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Antiques, Organics, and French Pate: Diving into the Markets of Paris

Paris Market guide

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France Travel Cheat Sheet

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9 Dreamy Places To Visit On Your Next Trip to Paris

Seeing the Eiffel Tower poke out behind all the Parisian buildings / Paris, France

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What To Do in Paris With Kids: My Children's Top 10 List

GREAT LIST: What To Do in Paris With Kids

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Paris Museums and Monuments with Kids: the Good, the Bad, the Free, the Insanely Expensive

Paris Museums and Monuments with Kids: the Good, the Bad, the Free, the Insanely Expensive #thetimenow.com

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Tour Eiffel

The Eiffel Tower : official website of the most famous monument of France (Paris)

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11 Must-Visit Spots for Your Next Trip to Paris

Here's where to eat, shop, and sleep in Paris

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The 50 Best Restaurants in Paris

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This is the tenth year of the Paris Plage program, which installs wooden decks, sunbathing chairs, umbrellas, palm trees, and tons of sand at various waterside locations. The facilities are free (first come, first served), and most of the action is on the 1.7 miles of quays on the Right Bank on either side of the Pont des Arts and along both sides of the Bassin de la Villette.

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6 places in Paris with the longest queues, and how to avoid them

It is well knows fact that Paris sightseeing have terrifying long queues. It is sad that tourists don’t know about some simple tricks and spend hours of their precious vacation time waiting in the line. So, I wrote a post about it - http://misstourist.com/6-places-in-paris-with-the-longest-queues-and-how-to-avoid-them/ Don't avoid the place, avoid the queue! :)

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The Beginner's Guide to Train Travel in Europe

Train travel