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I haven't been to Paris in over 20 years, and am madly trying to put together a visit in late March. We're doing a family trip to Norway, then my husband and I will have an extra five days to play around and eat in Paris. I have a ton of guide books for Asia, Central America and India, but none yet for Europe so I need some quick help.

A while back, some friends recommended the hotel "Le Home Latin" at 15 et 17, rue de Sommerard. I know it is near the Metro Maubert-Mutualiite.

My friends had stayed here a few times and really liked it, but they would stay for weeks, so I'm not sure if the area would be equally attractive for a short stay. I've lost touch with the friends, so can any of you recommend this area, or better, this hotel?

If not, do you have a favorite in an interesting location? I'm not looking to spend a fortune, as I think Norway will be cleaning us out quick enough. I would prefer someplace with comfortable beds, clean rooms and relatively quiet. Under US$200 would be great, but I'm easily swayed when it comes to travel budgets.

Also, our return flight to Hawaii out of CDG is at 8.00 AM. I'm assuming traffic might be a problem these days, so would spending our last night near the airport be a good idea?

Thanks!

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