Judith and Fabien were so welcoming and helpful for my first time in Paris. The room is so beautiful, with a huge bed, a personal desk, and two huge windows that open out to a wraparound fifth-floor balcony. The balcony was probably my favorite part of the entire place, though everything else was very well-kept, clean, and tastefully decorated. Fabien was there while Judith was away and he was great company and very willing to break out one of his many maps of Paris to help you decide where to go. They were kind enough to clear an entire shelf of their fridge just for my groceries and though the kitchen is very small, I was able to cook anything I needed in there. Apart from the balcony (which has the most awesome view of the Rue Mouffetard market), another incredible selling point is the location. The apartment is located in a very safe, very clean area and is a three minute walk from the Censier-Daubenton metro stop. This stop is part of Line Seven, which, as I've learned, is a super convenient line because it takes you all the way up and past the most frequented (and thus, most useful) stops. I stayed for a week and because of Line Seven, I only needed to buy one 10-pack of metro tickets. One thing that others may have mentioned in previous reviews -- The apartment is on the sixth floor of a building that has a broken elevator. This made it pretty hard to bring my luggage up, but that may have been my fault bringing such heavy, huge luggage. In sum, this was the best place to stay for me as a student visiting Paris for the first time.