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“ The wall paper and I are fighting a duel to the death. One of us has got to go” were the last words of Oscar Wilde who slumped into an eternal sleep at l’Hôtel in 1900. The style of room N° 16 where he died and the most wanted, recalls his home in London decorated with green coloured walls and inlaid gold peacocks. Tucked away in the historic quarter of Saint Germain des Prés in the left bank, once part of the palace grounds of Queen Margot, daughter of Henry II and Catherine de Medici, L’Hôtel is the chosen place for many celebrities and stars wanting to get away from it all.
The simple entrance with a carved silver head of a ram is the only sign to this place and had I not been looking for it I would have never known that this is a hotel. The…

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