Moevenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly
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New week, new focus. This week's focus, dancing (and frisbee, thank god). Also saying goodbye to all the students from Summer session 1, which was sad, and also made me sad because it made me miss my parents.
Went with API to the exposition for Jean Paul Gautier (apparently, he is a designer of Haut Couture, which as you can see from the pictures, involves making fashion out of garbage bags, Who is Gautier? who knows? certainly none of us. "So, he's ...
The Weekend. What a relaxing (not) time.
Saturday. We took the 1.5 hour long bus ride to Giverny (what our program director Francine described to us as either the "gateway" or the "mouth" of Normandy.) It's super famous because Monet's gardens are located there (where Monet painted his water lilies) and it was kind of surprisingly super touristy with French and foreigners alike (not that it's that surprising, but when I picture the french, the first image I get isn't ...
This week's mission, like almost every other week's mission, was to speak lots of french. I already felt a little bit rusty after my awesome "sejour" (or vacation) to Amsterdam. But that trip, along with advice from my boyfriend, made me realize that maybe I should take my summer vacation a little less seriously, and try to enjoy myself while also learning French. So here's what happened...
Monday. I went to a french "theatre" class with an association called ...
... on, plus game stations, etc. mom was excited to see rollers skating line dancers so I took a few videos. That was her favorite part! We had a nice dinner out and had no trouble ordering off the menu or communicating with the waitstaff. In fact, the language barrier has been fairly nonexistent so far! Enjoy the photos. I've tried to label them accurately but it's possible I have some buildings confused. ...
... party that had to take numerous photos of the train and each other and block the passageway from the platform. It was leaving the Gard du Nord that took some time. The light drizzle consolidated into persistent rain and the taxi queue was at least 200 people long, most of it standing in the rain. Discretion was the better part of valour and we ducked back into the station, grabbed a coffee and waited out the queue.
We both agree that we could drive in England, ...