Guys guys guyyyyssssssss if you've been to Paris help me out 😘
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    I just booked round-trip plane tix into London for $774
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    I'm staying one night in London then taking the train to France
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    I'm staying in Paris 👏🏾👏🏾
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    Tell me what I should see / do !!!
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    And what to research and read ahead of time 🙏🏾
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    I'm in Paris 7 days so I'll have time to see quite a bit 👌🏾
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    Did I mention: ❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️
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    Shakespeare and Company bookstore
    Suggested by   @ChrisK
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    Suggested by   @ChrisK
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    Climb the hill of the Sacre Coer and watch the evening settle over the Paris skyline.
    Most beautiful city in the world in the evening. (@Lisa_Fav I'm going on memory here from 25 years ago but my recollection is that this view was stunning despite all the tourists.)
    Suggested by   @gwcoffey
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    Fat Tire Bike Tour in Versailles!
    Suggested by   @TT
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    Notre Dame Cathedral
    Which is near Shakespeare & Co, which I would second anyway, but also, two birds, one stone!
    Suggested by   @nelle
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    The standard tourist things really do live up to their hype. Try not to miss Chateau de Versailles (the gardens are huge and we had bikes which was useful)
    Suggested by   @estherlimtf
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    The Louvre
    I mean you could spend the entire week here, so I would say prepare a little in terms of just knowing at least a few things that are on your MUST list (Winged Victory, Venus de Milo, & the Code of Hammurabi were mine (all of which, in a shocking twist, made me cry).).
    Suggested by   @nelle
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    Musée d'Orsay
    Suggested by   @annierennt
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    Avoid the urge to overplan and allow yourself time to just walk around.
    The streets and buildings are so beautiful. Take time to just sit in a park/garden and read or draw or listen to music (maybe while eating a sandwich or pastry). Don't worry too much about getting lost because the metro is amazing and easy to navigate as long (as long as you can remember which station and exit are closest to your hotel/hostel/apartment.
    Suggested by   @kbon
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    I stayed at Montmartre the first time I was there and it was perfect. Nothing like the typical idea of Paris and staying in it too
    It's not really within the city centre but you'll get around just fine. Walking is a definite 👣
    Suggested by   @aida
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    Rodin Museum!!!
    I missed it last year as they were under renovations and you shouldn't miss it!
    Suggested by   @aida
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    What @annierennt said and what @kbon said. And leave plenty of time while walking around to eat the amazing food.
    Suggested by   @andersun