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January 18, 2008

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Alice

Sounds like a great tour, Amy! I need to try to come up with ideas like this for when anyone from my family comes over to visit -- IF that ever happens! Love how you put all this together.

Only comment I had was: I think your river banks might be reversed? Just thought I'd mention it...

Ms. Glaze

Alice – you're quite right about the mistake. I'm having trouble fixing the code in the post for some reason and I meant to mention that. Thanks!

Ms. Glaze

I finally got them switched around, so they should be correct now. The blogger client I use is doing some strange stuff to my posts right now including changing all my fonts and not letting me change them back! Uggh!

eric

your forgot the side trip to the irish pub to get the kids wasted. :)

Ms. Glaze

Now I would NEVER do a thing like that. That sounds like it's much more up your alley :-)

Sara Goldrath

I wana do this!!!! Take me!! Pick me!!
...some day
Still sad I didn't get a chance to see you when you were here. Happy New Year!

Ms. Glaze

Well speaking of outrageously talented students – I would love to take you around Paris, Sara! I'm sorry (and sad) that I didn't get to see you too. I know we have a lot of catching up to do. I just got overwhelmed when I came home this time around with all the holiday shenanigans.

madre-terra

We just spent a week in Paris with our 13 year old and we even did some of the things on your tour without even knowing about the tour.
They will just have to wait until next time.
Thanks so much for putting this together.
A little funny side note. Our daughter wants to be a chef so we arranged a tour of Le Cordon Bleu. After the tour they offered us the opportunity to sit in on a demo. The lovely woman pointed out all the demos that had translators (the beginning and intermediate demos) and we chose a demo on chocolate gateau. We get up unreasonably early (6:30am) to be there at 8:15am and lo and behold the demo has no translator. It's a master class! All in all it was a great experience! And to be able to taste the gateaus at the end of class was worth our sleepy eyed arrival.

paris breakfasts

WHOA! I'd like to tour Le Cordon Bleu..Hmmm
I LOVE your green pushpins..
aren't you a clever duck to do this.
Yes Pick me!
Is there one again in March?

paris breakfasts

Important overlooked information!
What flavor ice cream did you get?

Ms. Glaze

Carol – of course I got the caramel with fleur de sel. It's the ONLY flavor to get at Berthillon. At least, I think so.

Madre Terre – I'm so glad you got to check out Le Cordon Bleu but sorry you didn't get to see a demo with a translator because many of them are really funny in class and it makes the three hours go by faster. Some of those superior level pastry classes are a little on the loooong side if you can't understand everything. But, it's fun to eat the samples afterward. And who knows, maybe this will encourage your daughter to study French?!?!

Matt Morgenthaler

Awww! What great memories! This is perfect because now I know all the crazy french names of everywhere we went! Wow, and you even got pictures attached to all the destinations! Incredible! I've used an exclamation point for every sentence so far! Here's a quote you can use for your tour company:

"Amy is greatest tour guide ever! And I've had a lot of tour guides!"
-Matt Morgenthaler, satisfied tourist

Miss you Amy! Congrats on your chef promotion! I think you can handle it!

Love the ice cream picture too!

Matt

Karen Kotz

Thank you so much for creating this map! I have been pouring over guidebooks and surfing the internet trying to piece together three perfect days in Paris for me and my thirteen year old daughter, and your recommendations seem right on the money. Any good recommendations for touring Versailles with a teen (I really want her to see it, but not sure the best way to hold her interest)? Do you know a good private guide who speaks English and can relate well to teens? Thanks!

TSara Ahmad

Dear Amy
coming to paris for a month in November. bringing my 14yrold daughter and 10 yr old son. Will you be running this personal tour over winter too?
is my son a little too young? sounds like a great tour.
Sara

Yvan Dumouchel

I'm planning a 10 day trip to Paris with my 14 year old niece this summer, I'll defenetly bring this info along. Great way to explore the city.

Are you a Chef in a Paris Restaurant? Maybe we could add a visit and taste what you have to offer!

Thanks for the great idea!

Yvan from Montréal

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I have been pouring over guidebooks and surfing the internet trying to piece together three perfect days in Paris for me and my thirteen year old daughter, and your recommendations seem right on the money.

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Are you a Chef in a Paris Restaurant? Maybe we could add a visit and taste what you have to offer!

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