Rue Cler Charm... You'll never forget your stay here!
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Our two-bedroom, two-bath corner apartment is in the 7th Arrondissement. It is perfectly suited for those guests who are looking for extraordinary charm and comfort. It is a perfect apartment for couples, solo travelers, business visitors, and families (with kids). The apartment features beautiful flooring, tastefully detailed décor and many large windows that offer plenty of light, spectacular street views and cross ventilation for cooling on summer days. Guests enjoy opening the windows to feel the heartbeat of the city. Relax in the living room with a glass of wine or aperitif while enjoying a conversation, listening to music or reading. Our shelves are filled with many interesting books. You will appreciate the full spacious kitchen, dining, and living rooms. Most of all, you'll experience the feeling of having your very own home in Paris. The apartment is a block from Rue Cler. This cobblestone street and pedestrian market has some of the most notable food and wine shops Paris. It also is just a 5 minute walk to the Eiffel Tower, River Seine (left bank), Les Invalides, Napoleon's Tomb, Musee Rodin, Musee de l'Armee, Metro-Ecole Militaire, Bus Routes 69, 80, 92, and many wonderful parks and restaurants. We have designed each bedroom with your comfort and relaxation in mind. In your room you will find heaters for those colder evenings, space for unpacking your belongings, and decorative touches we hope you enjoy. A robe is provided for each guest. We use high quality French linens on our beds. The master bathroom features a two person claw foot tub and hand-held shower. The second bathroom features a walk in shower. Both bathrooms have heated towel racks. You will find soap and shampoo for your use. Our kitchen is fully equipped with easily accessible appliances so that you can cook as though you were in your own home. NEIGHBORHOOD AND SURROUNDING AREA Those looking for a quintessential Parisian dining experience should make a reservation at nearby La Fontaine de Mars | 129 Rue Saint-Dominique. An evening picnic on the Parc du Champ Mars in front of the Eiffel Tower also is great after shopping at Rue Cler specialty delis, boulangeries, wine and cheese shops. Visit L'Eglise du Dôme, part of Les Invalides, and pay homage to one of France's most well recognized figures at the tomb of Napoleon. Be captivated by both the personal work and art collection of Auguste Rodin at the Musee Rodin. Picking up where the Louvre leaves off; discovering the Musee d'Orsay is a spectacular way to experience one of the largest displays of Impressionist art in the world. Wander up Avenue Rapp to admire no.29 which was designed by architect Jules Lavirotte. In 1901, it won the Paris city design of the year award. Antique lovers should head over to rue de Beaune and rue de Verneuil which is like stepping back in time. Browse the many antique shops and galleries displaying century old treasures. The river walk along the left bank of the Seine from Pont de Lama to Musee Orsay is a must, an excellent example of urban renewal (it was a former industrial area and road on the river) converted for recreation and gathering. For an alternative perspective of the City of Light, look no further than Les Egouts de Paris. A tour of the Parisian sewer system is a unique and interesting way to learn more about the infrastructure of the city. Enjoy a glass of wine at dusk at L'Esplanade at the corner of rue de Grenelle and rue Fabert while watching the sun set over the golden dome of Les Invalides. Unwind from the stress of the big city by strolling through the Jardin de Babylone. Relax in this beautiful orchard after a long day touring the city. Don't miss one of the most impressive bridges in Paris: Le Pont Alexandre III. Sporting sculptures of cherubs, the nymphs Seine and Neva, a Pegasus, and four golden statues it celebrates friendship between France and Russia. Strolling through the neighborhoods and parks of Paris is one of life's great pleasures. And when you want to go further or get their more quickly, take the metro, bus or Velib bikes that are available within three blocks of the apartment. BUS ROUTES: Paris has the best and most comprehensive municipal bus system in the world. Using the bus is the best way to know Paris and to get your bearings! Its system is frequent and serves every neighborhood. You can familiarize yourself with bus routes by consulting maps posted at any bus stop or Metro station. Pocket-sized maps are distributed free at the Metro. A superb guide to the system is Paris Bus, a pocket-sized booklet available at many bookstores. Helpful routes from the apartment are the 69 (one block away on rue Saint-Dominique), the 80 and 92 (both at Bosquet, just steps away). There is a copy of these bus routes in the apartment handbook. METRO: As with buses, Paris has the world's best and most comprehensive underground railway system. It is fast, frequent, easily navigated and inexpensive. However, keep in mind that one sees nothing but other Metro passengers, and the air is never fresh. Visitors who use only the Metro will have trouble getting to know Paris. WALK OR RIDE A BIKE Walk a lot and/or ride the Velib bikes. Paris begins to shrink when you are on foot or a bike. While the metro and buses can take you anywhere you miss a lot, it still is the best walking and bike riding city around.