Hotel de la Jatte
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... by the end of the trip. I'm a little um, sensitive towards donut peaches, but the slight allergic reaction was worth it.
The boats were insane, as in, we got stuck in the middle of the river a few times and our pilot and one of the students jumped in the river and pushed us off the sandbank (but that was his goal of the entire trip, so congrats, Kyle, congrats). Along the way our pilot (sailmaster?) who only spoke french, knelt on the boat ...
... it's 2 hours of grammar and one hour of phonetics with a 30 minute break in between. I get out of class around 12:30.
The grammar portion is pretty boring, but I'm growing to appreciate my teacher more and more, because it can't be easy to have 15 dead faces staring at you for two hours at a time, and of course, because I'm learning alot. At first I found her teaching style a little bit random and disorganized, but I've gotten used to it, and I ...
... on a street, with french accents (Ooh la la.) But it was much chiller than that. There were some live bands playing music and alot of french men and women chatting, but no hard core clubbing there. We went to a bar on Rue de Oberkampf called "A La Folie" and my friends ordered me my second mojito of the trip (which seems to be a staple for me, though I don't really like mojitos.) We blasted Stromae, which I've come to realize can annoy some people in ...
... Figuring out the metro is priority number one. It's hectic. Everyone is bustling about, and if you spend an extra five seconds in the swipe through ticket machine during rush hour rummaging through your bag to find a ticket, you are sure to get a few impatient "humphs."
A word on the Paris metro. I absolutely adore the Paris metro, and I feel like it is a sort of microcosm of what Paris culture is. There are unspoken rules: Do not smile ...
... TV (English Channel) so that for the next hour he could instruct Paul and I on the rules of the apartment! Having survived our introduction we set off in search of the supermarket and a place for dinner. Maddie decided to dive head first into the French experience and ordered snails...which she then generously shared with the rest of us!
If by now you think that our days have been fairly full, then the next four days will completely exhaust ...