Hotel de la Jatte
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... though I'm not sure it completely came across in his fashion. There was this one time where Gautier apparently told a model to model this dress with no top, revealing herself to the judges at the end of the catwalk, so understandably, she was like, ummmm... yeah sure (she won btw.) After that I tried Ethiopian food for the first time with my friend Alexa (who to remind you, I get along well with because we both like ice cream and walking.) It was interesting because you ...
... Build more gardens to paint. Like wow, I guess if I had to pick a hobby I liked that much it would be ultimate frisbee. We were told to pack a picnic, so that morning I had gone to our local boulongerie, and kindof made the mistake of getting both quiche lorainne and flan with apricot. That's alot of crust with cream in it. After that, we had about 3 free hours in Giverny, so my friend Alexa and I wandered around in search for the bikes that we saw everyone riding. We ended ...
... church who owned the building...). In any case, I ended up in this huge room, with basically a french phonetics professor, and a vietnamese man named tang (which should strike one as ridiculous, because here I am, in Paris, in a building literally behind the Musee d'orsay, pretending to be Henri in "Un air de famille" by Agnés Jaoui with a vietnamese man who I can't really understand when he speaks french. Also, I am essentially a playing the role of a man who is ...
... my foot was good enough to run on again (perhaps a poor decision but whatever) and I went to ultimate practice. Before that, all my friends from the program and I decided to go to the Eiffel Tour, which was amazing. I've been before, so I thought I didn't need to see it again (essentially, I was VERY jaded) but the view is amazing. Also, the 707 or so steps that we climbed to get there was actually kind of a nice experience. I guess I just like walking up steps/I'm ...
... I got to practice a heck of a lot of French there.
We started the trip on these boats, specially made to simulate boats from like, the 15th century (maybe older, maybe younger...) We had to traverse the Loire river to get to a spot where we were planning on picnicking. (A quick side note, in Paris metros, you can buy pretty good tasting fruit. I brought metro donut peaches (which is a lot better than say, US grocery store sushi,) and ate all ...