Why spend money on expensive hotels to insulate yourself from life as a Parisian
when you can spend less and avoid the tourist experience only steps from the rue
Mouffetard, "that wonderful narrow crowded market street" described on page one of
Hemingway's A Moveable Feast?
La Mouffetard Quarter or "La Mouff" as Parisians call it, is one of the oldest and
most historic neighborhoods in Paris. Featured in countless works of art and writing
including the hit film Amélie, the rue Mouffetard was originally the Roman road into
Paris from the southeast and the quartier has been the home of Derrida, Descartes,
Sartre, Hemingway, Verlaine, and countless other writers, artists, and thinkers.
La Mouff is home to an eclectic mix of students, artists, professionals, and old
timers only minutes by foot from the Sorbonne, the Jardin des Plantes, the Jardin
Luxembourg, the Pantheon, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the cafes where Hemingway and Sartre
composed their work, some of the finest restaurants and museums in the world, and
the all beauty of Paris' Left Bank.
As is the case with most older buildings in Paris, the building has no elevator and
one must climb six flights of stairs, but is rewarded with a spectacularviewof
the rooftops of Paris from the studio's three windows. The bright and airystudio
has one king sized bed, rents for a minimum of five nights, and is fully equipped
with everything you need to enjoy your stay in Paris. A budget-conscious alternative
to hotels, renting apartments has been a popular way for travelers to spend time
in Paris for many years. Not only can one avoid eating at restaurants for every
meal, but all the extras are included. The main advantage, however, is that one
begins to feel like part of the community as Paris works its magic.
Come see why virtually every creative movement in modern history has had its roots
in Paris' amazing Left Bank. To Check rates and availability clickici!