Bvj Paris Louvre

Address: 20 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau , Paris, Île-de-France, 75001 , France | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Louvre/Opera area of Paris, is near Paris Authentic, St-Eustache, Palais Royal, and E. Dehillerin.
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      A travel blog entry by jtate on Dec 31, 2014

      ... We also learnt that living in the 17th century would have been really smelly! The people didn't like hot water and therefore would only bath 3-4 times... a year! Also bathrooms weren't a part of daily life. They would just squat on the stairs and 'hatch a duky' or pee out of the window. We walked through the hall of mirrors which was where the 'Treaty of Versailles' was signed to end the First World War. This was a marvelous room. It was really long with ...

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      ... the cost and guide books say one good benefit is being able to go in and use the toilet without having to pay.

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      ... the park and walked right underneath it. We walked up to the Palais de Chaillot where there was an amazing view of the tower and we watched the nightly lights show that occurs on the hour. Afterwards we caught the metro back to St Germain. It was 10:30pm and we hadn't eaten dinner yet! We were tired and hungry so we did the worst thing you can do in a place like Paris...ducked into ...

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      ... up on paying 50 cents and waiting for the toilets we headed back to the canal hostel. That night I headed out by myself to see the Canadians we saw at Versailles. They were staying near the Moulin Rogue in Blanche. It was a quaint area, filled with cafés, bars and food shops. After meeting up with the three of them we headed to a small pub on a corner near their hotel and grabbed some delicious beers!! The best beer I have had so far in ...

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      First selfie at the louvre
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