@ Collège Néerlandais
Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris (CIUP)
61 Boulevard Jourdan
The five of us went into town. Stayed at an Algerian restaurant after dinner until late at night. We had left a window open @ Collège Néerlandais from the Dutch architect Dudok. I didn't go to a disco after that meal around three nights. With a taxi I arrived @ Boulevard Jourdan, climbed over the wall and hit the window. And fell into a deep sleep. A few hours later, Robbie and Berend tried to open the window. Unfortunately! closed and after banging on the window I was unable to wake up!
Cité Internationale Universitaire was closed! They did not sleep that night!
Collège Néerlandais, was built on land located at the corner of Boulevard and Rue Emile Jourdan Faguet, rue de la Tombe Issoire in 1927, the western end of the northern buildings destined to within University City, in the south of Paris, France. Its northern side faces the Boulevard Jourdan, west to rue Emile Faguet laterally delimiting the set of the Cité, the south side look at the College of Indochina and East facing the Armenian College.
The Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris is located in District XIV of the French capital, between Porte de Gentilly, east and west Porte d’Orléans. Northern boundary serves Boulevard south Jourdan and the Boulevard Périphérique. LINK (CIUP)