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What should I get for a souvenir in France?

Le Bugue, France
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Don't you think you should be the one to decide this, based on YOUR trip and what appeals to YOU?

Mill Valley...
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A music box that has a picture of the Eiffel and plays "La Vie en Rose."

warrensburg,MO
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A haggis?

Paris, France
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A shruberry!

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Is the souvenir for yourself or someone else? What are yours/their interests? What is your budget? It would help if you provided some information in order to get useful replies/suggestions.

Edited: 18 January 2014, 23:59
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and just think Cool Guy just joined today to come on and ask this question. Another from Canada having some fun I guess.

Edited: 19 January 2014, 00:15
Paris, France
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A dog jacket.

Montreal, Canada
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An eiffel tower. A nice one, not those ugly metal ones you get from the illegal street vendors. Spend the extra few €€ and get something you'll appreciate and put on a shelf at home.

Los Angeles
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Tiny eiffel towers made of pink crystal.

London
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A 'Boule-neige'. The tackier the better!