Here's a rough plan of what my granddaughter (13) and I will be doing during our ten days in Paris to begin shortly.
Check into apartment and walk to Eiffel Tower
Walk around neighborhood, markets, shop
EVENING: Au Bon Acceuil
MORNING: Synagogue in 7ème
AFTERNOON: Walk to and visit Rodin Museum
EVENING: Dinner in apartment
MORNING: Walk Rue Mouffetard then Boat around the Seine
AFTERNOON: Pompidou Museum
Morning: 9:30 – 12:30 Context Travel “Louvre Crash Course”
Afternoon: Walk around Montmartre
Notre Dame, Sainte Chapelle
Dinner at Restaurant 58, Eiffel Tower, 6:30 pm
11:30 Guided visit to Palais Garnier
Cirque d’Hiver in afternoon
EVENING Return to Louvre
Morning: Cooking Class 9-12 :30
Afternoon: Walk around Le Marais; Visit Jewish Museum
Morning: Walk around Belleville
Afternoon: Visit Pere Lachaise cemetery
To be determined
What's fixed is that we
*are staying in the 7ème, between the Eiffel Tower and Invalides
*most probably have a reservation for Au Bon Accueil for dinner Friday night
*have arranged to attend a nearby synagogue Saturday morning
*have booked the Context Travel "Louvre Crash Course" small group tour
*have reservations for our dinner at Restaurant 58
*want to be at the Wednesday 11:30 am guided visit to the Palais Garnier
*have a cooking class Thursday morning
Everything else is pretty much up for grabs. Granddaughter likes art museums, theater, and of course shopping. So I thought we could do some of that in the shops in Montmartre, as others have mentioned here. She also definitely wants to visit Versailles (given my druthers I would skip it, as I visited 45 years ago ;-) )
Granddaughter has been given guide books and has had input to our plan.
To me, this plan looks ambitious and I've put it together only so we will know what we want to see, and what we decide to skip (there is no mention of café sitting, which is generally one of my favorite activities..) i also haven't indicated restaurants; we are staying in an apartment and can eat in at night if we so choose. We do want to eat at Le Train Bleu, but I haven't put that in yet.
I've been to Paris many times, but not in over a dozen years and my French WAS very good, who knows how much I can speak now.
I look forward to your input; If I've made major goofs as I change things around, I'm sure someone will let me know....