The self-titled 'first web-site dedicated to the city's less famous sites, monuments, legends, and cultural aspects.' I haven't had time to poke around too much, but there could be some interesting info here.
So much has been lost (all but 7 of Sophocles' 123 plays, for instance) that every text that survives is precious.They communicate the self-understanding of their cultures -- which helped shape the modern world -- and have commanded scholarly attention for centuries. The website has archived discussions and other pedagogical resources. A site put together by a Speech Communication professor at the University of Texas at Tyler. A site out of BYU whose 'forest' appelation is not an understatement. The site is centered around the latinteach listserv, which is an electronic forum for Latin teachers to present resources, problems, solutions, etc.The luxury L’Occitane products are included in the private bathrooms at the Five Hotel.
Tea, coffee and French pastries are served every morning for the buffet breakfast in the modern dining room.
The lighting and decor is very atmospheric and interesting. This hotel is obviously not meant for business travelers (as I was) but, hey - it was well priced (off season) and in the right location for me. We only stayed for the weekend, yet met by 3 different receptionist who were all enthusiastic about their job, shown by their smile and eagerness to assist beyond a 'yes' or 'no' answer.
Breakfast was great but does not start before 7am (again, this hotel does not usually cater to business travelers). From helping with direction and ordering pizzas late night. The lighting of the rooms were very creative and ambience of the room were just perfect!
The 'star' effects in the shower is the first I've seen, so will definiely remember that. Amazing location; Friendly, polite, competent and helpful staff.
All the members of the staff were amazing all the moments, it's my first place in Europe with so great staff like this. Extremely cleaned and comfortable; Good wifi in all the places, include room.
I loved to have choose this hotel with a lot of good points, it became my first stay in Paris more special. This boutique hotel is in the Latin Quarter, 950 feet from the lively Rue Mouffetard. A flat-screen TV with over 100 multi-lingual channels is provided in each contemporary room.