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In the good old days when I was younger and travel was more .... civilized and less reliant on technology, family seating was a non issue. We were 6 kids and two adults and were all seated together. In fact, the row of seats that had baby bassinet hooks were exclusively reserved for families. These days, the only rules that airlines absolutely must follow ...


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It is quite rare these days (even inside trains) for the changing tables to be in the women's section, usually they will be somewhere in between the two sections, or inside the separate large restroom with the wheelchair icon (yes, you can use it too). If you do encounter such a case, though, it's not different than elsewhere. An apology (shitsurei ...


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I've never been there myself, but this map seems to indicate that there is approximately 100 feet of elevation loss/gain over the course of the mile. Also note that on the official list of Joshua Tree nature trails, three trails (Bajada, Cap Rock, and Oasis of Mara) are marked as "accessible", which probably means that someone with a walker or wheelchair ...


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The woods of Fontainebleau and the one of Chantilly are great hicking sites. Here are additional pieces of information: camping overnigh in the woods of Fontainebleau is not allowed by the Office National des Forêts (ONF, in charge of wood management). According to the website of ONF, there are particular places where camping is allowed: a campsite ...


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The most beautiful forests around Paris (within 1 to 1.5h) are in : Chantilly Fontainebleau Meudon Rambouillet Saint Germain en Laye Now, I would suggest you to take a map of the forest with you as you could quickly get lost. Depending on the places, camping in the wild might not be authorized by local authorities. There are dedicated areas for camping ...


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The Paris Tourist Office has its own great 10 ideas of what to do with children. The first answer about the Catacombes reminded me of the sewers of Paris (Égouts de Paris) - this is a surprisingly interesting visit which I did with my children who were about 6 and 9 at the time.



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