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This week, I am taking you on a cheeky trip to Paris, at the request of the boy. I have been to Paris three times now – once with James, when the boy was our secret bump, once with Miss J and my best friend, and once with James and both children. The latter was my favourite. We must have spoken about Paris a great deal before we left because Miss J was very excited to see things like the Pompidou Centre and, of course, the Eiffel Tower.
Both children were very impressed by the view from the top of the tower, and not at all frightened. The first time I went, I hadn’t been frightened either, but there was something about seeing my babies that far off the ground that freaked me out!
Pont des Arts was another attraction that caught Miss J’s attention:
She also loved the Pompidou, having wanted to visit for ages.
There is so much to do in Paris, particularly with little ones, and it definitely has more to offer than just DisneyLand! There are parks on every corner, plenty of carousels, and even a chocolate museum!
Oh, and the cakes. I can’t write about Paris and not mention the cakes!
We love Paris. It’s more like London than Amsterdam. Dirtier, busier, crazier than Amsterdam. But with a lot of space and a million things to do. Have you been? Would you take your children?