Take the Kids guides are written specifically for parents, grandparents and caregivers. Each guide not only draws on what is of particular interest to kids, but also takes into account the realities of childcare -- from tired legs to low boredom thresholds -- enabling both grown-ups and their charges to have a great day out or a fabulous vacation. -- Full color: over 100 photographs, many original -- Essential: expert advice on health, safety, emergency contacts, and budgeting -- Reliable: full listings of child-friendly hotels, cafes, and restaurants -- Inspiring: the best sights and entertainments: museums, zoos, theme parks, castles, and farms -- Entertaining: quizzes, games, fascinating facts, and intriguing tales to amuse the kids This guide takes trawlers to Paris, Europe's top tourist destination with 12 million visitors a year. Chock full of ideas for the ultimate family break, the guide takes a fresh look at the city from a child's height -- taking in the big wheel at the Tuileries, a magic show at the Musee de la Curiosite and the fire-eaters at the Pompidou Center. Straightforward advice on safety, listings of child-friendly businesses, and games and quizzes to distract tired kids will help to make the trip as hassle-free as possible. Now in its second edition, the guide covers both the awe-inspiring sites of the city and the magnetic attractions of Disneyland Paris; another country altogether that is less than an hour away.Most rooms in the hotels accommodate up to four people, with twin double beds or one king-size bed, plus en-suite shower/bathroom. They have colourTV with satellite channels in several languages, plus, of course, a Disney movie channel and a number ... Each hotel has at least one themed restaurant featuring a childrena#39;s menu (though beware long queues during peak periods, ... 24hr room service.
|Title||:||Take the Kids Paris and Disneyland Paris|
|Publisher||:||Cadogan Books - 2002|