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Paris/6th arrondissement

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[[Image:Jardin du Luxembourg Paris France.JPG|thumb|Jardin du Luxembourg, the Luxembourg garden]]
* <see name="Eglise Saint-Germain-des-Prés" alt="" address="3 place St-Germain-des-Prés" directions="Métro: St-Germain-des-Prés" phone="" url="" hours="Open Daily 8.00AM - 7.30PM" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="" tags="">The oldest church in Paris, founded in the year 542 by King Childebert. The church as it exists today dates mainly from the 11th century, the period in which it became the center of a powerful Benedictine abbey. The Revolution witnessed the suppression of the abbey in 1794, when most of the monastic buildings were put to the torch. Earlier, 318 priests had been hacked to death nearby by a mob on 3 September 1792. The church underwent significant restoration in the 19th century, ensuring the preservation of the building, which by that date represented a fascinating mix of styles: 6th century marble columns placed alongside Gothic vaults and supported by Romanesque arches. Famous burials within the church include René Descartes (philosopher), Nicolas Boileau (poet) and King John Casimir of Poland, who later became had become (in 1669, before his death) abbot of the church's monastery in 1669.</see>
* <see name="Palais du Luxembourg" alt="" address="15 rue de Vaugirard" directions="Métro Odéon or Mabillon" phone="+33 1 44 54 19 49" url="" hours="10:30AM to 2:30PM" price="free" lat="" long="" email="" fax="" tags="">Visitable only by reservation and then only one Saturday every month. A richly decorated palace built for Marie de Medici in the early 17th century, currently the French Senate. For those interested in seeing a Parisian monument normally unavailable to the public, or for those interested in the inner workings of the French Government. The large '''Luxembourg Garden''' is open to the public year-round.</see>
* <eat name="Wokbar" alt="" address="12bis, rue Vavin" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" tags="">Good quality, Healthy, Fast Food based on Italian and Asian dishes.</eat>
* <eat name="Santa Lucia" alt="" address="22, Rue Canettes" directions="" phone="01 43 26 42 68" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" tags="">Simple but very good italian food.</eat>
* <eat name="Cour de RohanLa Jacobine" alt="" address="59, Rue Saint André des Arts" directions="Métro: Saint-Michel" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" tags="">It would be an ordinary tea-room if the Cour de Rohan itself weren't such a magical little spot.</eat>
* <eat name="Ze Kitchen Gallery" alt="" address="4 rue des Grands-Augustins" directions="Métro: Saint-Michel" phone="+33 1 44 32 00 32" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Mon-Fri noon-2:30pm; Mon-Sat 7-11pm" price="Main courses: 20€-30€ lunch menu with wine: ~€30" lat="" long="" tags="">A generally well-regarded fusion restaurant with another Guy Savoy trained chef. You should reserve if at all possible.</eat>
* <eat name="La Bastide Odeon" alt="" address="7 Rue Corneille" directions="" phone="+33 1 43 26 03 65" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" tags=""></eat>
* <eat name="Les Bouquinistes" alt="" address="53 quai des Grands-Augustins" directions="" phone="+33 1 43 25 45 94" email="" fax="+33 1 43 25 23 07" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" tags="">A favorite among the many art dealers in the neighborhood, and a respected platform for up-and-coming chef Magdala de Beaulieu-Caussimon. Owned by Guy Savoy.</eat>
* <sleep name="Best Western Hotel Aramis in Saint Germain" alt="" address="124, rue de Rennes" directions="Metro: Right next to the Saint Placide underground station" phone="+33 (0)1 45 48 03 75" fax="+33 (0)1 45 44 99 29" email="[email protected]" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="" fax="+33 (0)1 45 44 99 29" email="[email protected]" tags="">In a quiet street yet one of the liveliest neighbourhoods of Paris, the Hotel Aramis offers budget 3-star quality stays.</sleep>
[[Image:Paris_6th_senat.jpg|thumb|180px|The Palais de Luxembourg (the French Senate)]]
* <sleep name="Hôtel Au Manoir Saint Germain des Prés" alt="" address="153 Boulevard Saint Germain" directions="" phone="" url="" checkin="10/25/10" checkout="6/1/10" price="Rooms from 170 euros." lat="" long="" tollfree="" email="" fax="" tags="">Located just in front of the Cafe de Flore and Aux Deux Magots offering guests a view over these two cafés and the Church of SaintGermain des Prés. Refurbished in 2008.</sleep>
* <sleep name="l'Hôtel" alt="" address="Rue des Beaux-Arts" directions="" phone="" tollfree="" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="Rooms from 300 euros." lat="" long="" tags="">This hotel is beautiful inside, with baroque and modern rooms. There is a hamam style pool and sauna in the basement which can be reserved for clients of the hotel, and the restaurant is good too. Oscar Wilde lived and died here.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Victoria Palace Hotel" alt="" address="6, Rue Blaise Desgoffe" directions="Metro: Saint Placide or Montparnasse" phone="" tollfree="" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="Rooms start at 320 Euro." lat="" long="" tags="">An elegant hotel which has been a landmark on the Left Bank since 1913. The 62 rooms and suites combine lavish Louis XVI style and modern facilities. No restaurant but room service and buffet breakfast available.</sleep>
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