Au sourire de Montmartre
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... Eiffel Tower, sailing boats at le Jardin de Luxumbourg, the Catacombs, food for sure, the price of cider and wine and the neighbourhood we're staying in is pretty great too.
6) Tomorrow we head out of Paris to Disneyland on route to our 2 day drive to Barcelona. We have never been to Disneyland before and hope that this 5 hour stop in the Disneyland Paris will fulfill this requirement.
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... the Champs-Élysées and discovered a winter market which was much more glamourised and sold delicious food- we had a nice German sausage and mulled wine. We continued on to the Arc de Triomph which we climbed and triumphed! The stairs were narrow, steel and winding, but the view was spectacular across Paris especially because of the main boulevards leading from ...
... our apartment. It's a place that's always buzzing with just the right level on noise and a pace that makes you feel part of something. The dinner included snails, seafood bisque, duck and foie gras, braised beef, iced nougat w/pistachio cream... and frites with that.
Of course, all this doesn't really mean a thing or does it? I think that Paris and Lyon have a secret to tell. Somehow a city like Paris that is in ...
... caught the metro home and collected a few snacks for dinner. En route we decided a little restorative sipping was in order so we parked ourselves outside a bar and did a bit of people watching. Ooohhh and SO exciting, when we were walking home a man pulled up and asked me directions to the station IN FRENCH and I ANSWERED HIM. Crikey. Then I got to the Fromagerie and pointed to the Brie and went "Uh hhh ...."
... majority seemed to be from Sweden and Denmark, although others were from the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Belgium, England, China, Japan, Mexico, and Peru. Sam and I are literally the only American students in the program – should be interesting! We’ll have classes with other international students as well as the French students at the school. The credits aren’t the same as what we use in the USA, and we found out we don’t ...