We will be visiting Paris in July with our 2 children, ages 9 and 11. My son has some sensory issues, which limits the types of food he will eat. In general, he will eat plain fish or meat (no sauces), steamed or raw veggies, bread, plain pasta (no sauce or butter) and fruit. Even kid-friendly staples (ie grilled cheese, hot dogs) aren't always an option because he'll say the bread is "different" or the hot dog has a "skin" on it. Sigh...
I am wondering if we will be able to bring a small insulated lunch bag into the museums with us as I am planning on packing some fruit/snacks for him. Hoping to bring bottled water in with us as well.
Luckily, my daughter is much easier to travel with as she will eat almost anything :)
Thanks in advance!