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... pastries to take to the park - what a shame. We picked up a lemon meringue and a raspberry tart. There are chairs and benches all over the park to sit on but you can not sit or walk on the grass. The gardens are absolutely immaculate and there appeared to be park security staff walking around keeping order. One lady was on her bike and a whistle was blown telling her to walk. I just love it when order is kept. We shared our tarts and debated heavily ...
... this heat without AC. Even today in 30 degree weather, so many people were wearing pants and some had sweaters on! Maybe you just don't know what you are missing out on if you've never had it. Friday is supposed to be an even hotter day (high of 36c), so we plan to go to the catacombs as they have an interior temperature of 14c! After that, it looks like the temperature will return to normal. And, if not, the plages (beaches - man made in this case) along the Seine open on ...
The French countryside was much flatter than in the UK, but just as green. As we arrived into the city, traffic was intense (which we would later truly find out). After somewhat figuring out the tube, we made our way to our hostel. Exhausted our first night was fairly chilled. We stayed at the St Christopher's Inn along the canal, which by far has been our best hostel, in terms of space ...
As my time in France is quickly approaching an end, I find myself more and more thinking, "I'm going to miss that when I'm back in the States!" Of course, there's the obvious things like my host family and all of the wonderful friends that I have made. But sometimes I catch myself already missing the little things too.
Dropping off the Kids at School
For many au pairs, this is the absolute worst part of the day. You have to ...
For those of you who knew that my time in France was supposed to end around July, I've been getting lots of questions about "what was next." My mind had changed about a million times since arriving as to what would be "next," including:
-moving to DC to find a job
-staying with my au pair family for another year
-moving to Paris and au pairing with a family there
-moving to Paris but studying ...