Bonjour Paris

I just returned from one of the best vacations I've ever had, and Claude played a big part of that: from his great apartment `Bonjour Paris` to his helpful tips, I couldn't be happier. And now, when I return to Paris, I won't need to look for a place to stay! I now have a home-away-from-home in one of the greatest cities in the world. Thank you Claude and Violaine! Jim, Los Angeles, CA
The Apartment: Bonjour Paris! was named because it dates from the dawn of Paris itself! One of the convex wall dates from Medieval Ages and sheltered at the time the Kings, knights and stables. We spared no expenses Bonjour Paris! was named because it dates from the dawn of Paris itself! One of the convex wall dates from Medieval Ages and sheltered at the time the Kings, knights and stables. We spared no expenses for floor-lighting to underline its lasting beauty. The apartment is located on the first floor(easy for your knees!)looking out on a quiet courtyard. There are 5 windows. The master bed in the main room with Louis XV mirrors and epoch chandeliers. There is a queen size bed in the small bedroom. (no sofa bed!) The kitchen is equipped with cooking plates, pots & pans, microwave, coffee maker and a fridge. As it should be within authentic French apartments, the toilet area and bathtub area are separate & distinct.

The apartment is located on the first floor looking out on a quiet courtyard, although located in one of the most visited streets of Paris, Rue St Severin, steps from Notre-Dame, in the heart of historical Paris. For those who really want to sample a flavor of Paris, BONJOUR PARIS! will be a true authentic Parisian experience!

Our one-bedroom is approximately 450 Square Feet.
The Neighborhood: Located on Rue Saint Severin, the entrance is across from the famous church Saint Severin in the oldest district of the Latin Quarter. You will be steps from the River Seine and 100 steps from Notre-D Located on Rue Saint Severin, the entrance is across from the famous church Saint Severin in the oldest district of the Latin Quarter. You will be steps from the River Seine and 100 steps from Notre-Dame, the most central location in historical Paris! The street is `pedestrian only` lined by restaurants, bakeries, shops. You will be close Place Maubert with its famous French food market, flowers, bakeries, cheese, pate, wine...
1 Minute walk to Metro St Michel or to Notre-Dame with the RER direct line to CDG airport
A bit of History
Bonjour Paris! was named because it dates from the dawn of Paris itself! One of the convex wall dates from Medieval Ages and sheltered at the time the Kings, knights and stable. We spared no expenses Bonjour Paris! was named because it dates from the dawn of Paris itself! One of the convex wall dates from Medieval Ages and sheltered at the time the Kings, knights and stable. We spared no expenses for floor-lighting to underline its lasting beauty.
This wall was part of a `Horse stable` which was used by the knights of the Kings of France until the 16th century. It is the only archeological standing piece from the 8th century in this street, by contrast the wall facing it (the one with window) dates from the 14th century thus you can easily note improvement in size of stones and stone-cutting techniques in architecture. Some of the ceiling wood beams (the last three) are also period beams that were recycled from the time Paris burned, they are pitch black - we guess these beams were from the houses constructed over the Petit Pont bridge. The street St Severin bears its name from the 8th century (in antique maps) it is one of the first street of Paris, unchanged in size or length for all these years...

As for the Petit Pont (the one nearest to you) it dates from the time well before Christ, back to Neolithic time of hunters and gatherers of a tribe known as the Paris the ancestors of Paris, around 4,000 years before Christ. Le Petit Pont remained the only bridge of Paris for 12 centuries, of course many times destroyed by wars and reconstructed on the same location because the river is at its narrowest cross over in Paris. I could write a book of kings, emperors, poets and artists who walked, strolled, dreamed and lived around your apartment Bonjour Paris.

This location is by far, far more history-packed than anywhere in Paris, every inch will tell you an inspiring story, ah! But forgive me if I have already bored you.
Amenities
from 2 to 4 guests, spleep(s), 1 bedroom(s), 1 bathroom(s), full kitchen

* Master bed in the main room with Louis XV mirrors and epoch chandeliers; queen size bed in the small bedroom; li
from 2 to 4 guests, spleep(s), 1 bedroom(s), 1 bathroom(s), full kitchen

* Master bed in the main room with Louis XV mirrors and epoch chandeliers; queen size bed in the small bedroom; linen provided (bed sheets, pillows, pillows case and blankets)
* Full kitchen: two cooking stoves, pots and pan microwave, cooking utensils, dishes and wine glasses, refrigerator and coffee maker
* Bathroom: bathtub with shower, hair dryer, a small iron, mini shampoo, body lotion and soap
* Seperated toilet
* TV (French & English channels)
* FREE local and international calling to USA, Australia, China and Canada (LAN Lines only)
* High Bandwith WIFI internet access to your laptop.
* Tourists guide books, alarm clock

Transportation
Le Metro: 1 minute walk from St Michel Notre Dame - line 4, line 10, RER B (direct line to CDG Airport), RER C

http://www.paristudios.com/metro2.html

Shakespeare Library,
Le Metro: 1 minute walk from St Michel Notre Dame - line 4, line 10, RER B (direct line to CDG Airport), RER C

http://www.paristudios.com/metro2.html

Shakespeare Library, Church St Julien le Pauvre, Fountain St Michel,
Nearby
Fountain St Michel, Shakespeare Library, Notre Dame de Paris, Church St Julien-du-Pauvre, Jazz on Rue Galande. Self-service Wash and Dry located on Rue Des Carmes or Rue Sainte Genevieve and Place Mau Fountain St Michel, Shakespeare Library, Notre Dame de Paris, Church St Julien-du-Pauvre, Jazz on Rue Galande. Self-service Wash and Dry located on Rue Des Carmes or Rue Sainte Genevieve and Place Maubert Internet Cafe: Located at 53 rue de La Harpe (Open 24 x 7)or at Mac Donald located on Blvd St Germain, next to Rue de La Harpe Activities: sightseeing, fine dinning, market, church, live theater, cinemas, museums, walking tours, cafe terraces, romantic boat ride on River Seine and more!