Hotel le Petit Paris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Waking on the plane to coffee, quiche, fruits and croissants was a nice way to start the day but pales to the crepe and dinner we spoiled ourselves with today. We didn't have a plan for the day. But after checking into the hotel we decided we would stay close and do some sightseeing. That changed quickly. We boarded the metro at Luxembourg Gardens …
... top moments on this entire Study Abroad experience.
Before getting ready for the evening festivities, we went to grab dinner at a nearby burger joint where I got to try a chicken and cheese crêpe, as well as a crêpe sucré (sugar crêpe). Honestly, I was pretty disappointed with both, but I think this is my fault, because I didn't get any crêpes with nutella, which I heard was the best. I suggest anyone who tries a crêpe in Paris get them with nutella, and enjoy an extra one ...
... their country. But to use in Germany, or Italy? Non! The afternoon and early evening were spent in two fabulous museums: the Musee D'Orsay, and the Musee Rodin. The former is a converted railway station with vaulted ceilings that go up 10 stories to a smoked glass roof through which the natural light beams in. While The Louvre gets all the ink as the biggest museum in Paris, several sources (including Christina) suggested that the Musee D'Orsay was far more interesting ...
... the time the rugby finished it was 2pm so we headed round the corner to a restaurant I had read about online. It's been in business since 1896 and they are one of the most popular cheap restaurants in Paris. There was a little que once we got there, but it didn't take too long thankfully. We were served relatively quick (for the French haha) and soon had lunch on the table. It was a lot like home cooked food. It was quite tasty. And at a great ...
As some have noticed and commented, we stopped updating the blog for several months. Though we were living abroad in Paris, it wasn't exactly vacation, and so the idea of blogging didn't really strike us. After all, most days consisted of our normal daily routines: breakfast and the news, going off to work, coming home and having dinner, doing more work, maybe a bit more news (or the Olympics, or the World Cup). Not ...