my kid’s first encounter with you and your generosity with architecture and entertainment for her age (and mine).
her amazement when the Eiffel Tower suddenly appeared in front of us at Trocadero (if you want such an effect on your kid, do not tell her/him what’s next 😉 )
the lovely Acquarium and for her first fish feeding&touching experience.
the Batobus and its unique hop-on hop-off feature, which takes you to 8 points of attractions.
the small zoo at the Jardin des Plantes of the Museum of Nature, which has quite a variety of animals, including the cuttest red panda, snow leopard cubs and baby orangutans.
the superbly done zoo in Vencenne forest, home to 2000 animals. It is our absolutly nr 1 and we have seen quite a few so far in Europe.
the Museum of the Humans – Musee de l’Homme – and its interactive displays to learn or revisit some of the stages of human development. Displays also raise awareness of the human impact on nature. It was fun to listen to different spoken languages and learn for example that Mand was spoken by 8 people (!) in 2015.
the magic of the four-hand baking for tea time with chef Antonio Cortez at the school of Alain Ducasse.
the best breakfasts at Carette and Stohrer, the 300 years old bakery in Paris.
and a silent promise to come back and explore more of you.