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Thanks for the Hotel Sainte Beuve recommendation! It was great!

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This is a follow-up to a post from the summer that had a different hotel name in the title so it would not have been as clear to just top that posting.....

Weekender, we cannot thank you enough for the Sainte Beuve recommendation. Our previous fave in Paris was the Saint Peres, but we liked this place so much better!! The staff was so gracious and the rate we booked for a room w/brkfst, while not cheap, offered a breakfast that was absolutely superb. This is definitely the hotel we will return to. I loved the neighborhood, which was residential w/a touch of tourists and lots of cafes and restaurants where most patrons were French, which gave you the feeling that they were not just tourist haunts, but places that needed to rely on repeat business and therefore had to offer quality.

Ggreen, I misplaced your reco for Wadja and only remembered it when we happened to walk past it on our last day when no dinners were left to have! :( Now we must return to Paris soon to rectify that error! :) (BTW, I have not seen any posts by you recently and wanted to let you know that the Tea at the Taj in Boston is scheduled for 10/27. There are 2 threads on it in the Lounge.)

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