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RER into Paris to St. Michel

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We're going to Paris in a few weeks and again briefly in late December, and staying at the Residence Hotel Henri IV in the Latin Quarter. It's at 50 rue des Bernardins , right on the rue des Ecoles and not too far from Maurbert Mutalite Metro stop.

Can we take the RER to St. Michel and either walk from there, or switch over to the Metro? I'm not sure from my maps if the RER and Metro stops at St. Michel are in the same station. We once came in on the train to Les Halles and then switched to the Metro to Chatelet. Will this be somewhat the same?

If it's too complicated, we'll take a taxi - or if you have another idea, great.

Thanks!

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