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Paris apartment help!

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Hello!

My husband and I will be in paris for three months this autumn. We're deciding between these two studio apartments...

Rue du Cherche Midi in the 6th arrondissement (near the intersection of Saint-Placide)
for a total of $3,724 (minus the refundable security deposit)

OR

Quai De Bourbon, right next to the seine on the Ile Saint-Louis
for a total of $3846

They're similar in size and overall quality. The one on Cherche Midi is through Paris Attitude, and the one on Quai de Bourbon is through Lodgis. I know both of these agencies have mixed reviews, but these are the best we've found within our budget.

Any thoughts?

Other factors that might help... we plan to walk everywhere, we'll both be working from our apartment but of course will be out and about as much as possible to enjoy the city, and obviously want to feel safe (which I don't think will be an issue at all).

Thank you!

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