BVJ Paris/Quartier Latin

Address: 44 rue des Bernardins, Paris, Île-de-France, 75005, France | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Latin Quarter area of Paris, is near St. Etienne du Mont, Le Paradis Latin, Maubert Mutualite Market, and Musee de la Prefecture de Police.
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          Travel Blogs from Paris


          A travel blog entry by gjsk on Oct 22, 2015

          14 photos

          ... points: Paris has the highest use of Air BnB in the world, the Americans have the highest foreign ownership of property, and (according to our lovely Versailles tour guide Christine) Paris is a city where a high number of residents wish to move from at some point (mostly to warmer smaller cities in the south). Curiously, on Friday nights at 10pm a few metres up the road on Montparnasse you can get your skates on. Walking along after dinner we saw a few in-line and roller ...

          Fete du Pain- 20th Annual Bread Festival

          A travel blog entry by stl312 on May 13, 2015

          3 comments, 17 photos

          Fete du Pain

          All this week throughout France, bakers are celebrating THE FESTIVAL OF BREAD. FETE DU PAIN!

          In the square outside Notre Dame Cathedral there is a big white tent housing boulangers practicing their trade. This year, they are focusing on children and offer hands-on baking ...

          Paris day 2

          A travel blog entry by jtate on Dec 30, 2014

          1 comment

          ... Choreography was perfectly precise and the stage was brilliant! We saw dancing, very clever and talented acrobats, a dude who could juggle using only his mouth(he was really funny), a ventriloquist who not only used puppets but people from the audience and even a live dog who's mouth actually opened and a dancer swam with like 3 big live pythons nearly 6 metre long in a massive tank that rose from front of the stage(I think I was glad to be sitting en I was when ...

          Sunday in Paris

          A travel blog entry by legachicago on Oct 05, 2014

          1 comment

          ... decided to stop into this little store run by one gentleman. I bought 2 slices - one cheese and one vegetarian. It really hit the spot as I was hungry. However, I probably should have waited because around the Parthenon there were all these creperies. Oh well I will get them some other time some other place.

          Very quiet but beautiful day. Tomorrow I must check out of my hotel and check into my new hotel. At 3pm the Rick Steves tour begins.


          A Paris premiere

          A travel blog entry by mitchandsam on Sep 06, 2014

          3 photos

          ... a picnic – so hoping to find some tasty gems at the gourmet shops to make it extra special.

          Off to the Opera…..ditched the tour group fairly early on - our guide was a bit difficult to hear, it was a large group, and he talked at GREAT length about all the various bits of architecture (bit dull). Found it better to wander around on our own and admiring the splendour and opulence. Apparently there is a lake underneath (intended to stabilise the ...