Six children, cousins, ages nine to almost 18, arrive in the City of Lights, and are overwhelmed by the vastness and beauty of Paris.
Six children, ages nine through "almost" 18, arrive in the City of Lights, Paris.
Arthur and Gricinda, two of the children's parents, already having spent a romantic week alone in Paris, receive their arrival like floodgates at the ready. Their hotel rooms aren't ready, and they must settle in and enjoy the lights and sights of Paris, from three tiny furnished apartments, side by side.
But the two adult guardians have trips and experiences planned, and gird themselves for the unknown.
Luckily, there's plenty of places to take them all to eat. A universal joy.
Buzz, Zilker, Simone, Tabitha, Cherise, and Antone: Arthur and Gricinda have their hands full.
And it's all worthwhile.