A Paris BNB
Travel Blogs from Paris
With classes in full swing, the past few weeks living in France have been very busy.
Weeks are pretty routine. Wake up, go to my classes, come back, watch movies on my laptop, do my homework, make dinner with friends and Skype with people back home.
Weekend are relaxing. Spending time with friends and making trips downtown.
One weekend a group of friends got together to have a Wine and Cheese Party. Was a great night to spend with people, enjoying some ...
... and exhausted. They served me a yummy meal though - thankfully cold - starting with a salmon terrine, with a beautiful salmon fillet and risotto for main, and fruit compote for dessert. Accompanied by bread and rich, stinky cheese, of course! I got back to Lausanne at about 9.30pm and stumbled on to its very quiet, clean, air conditioned metro. I was glad I made the crazy trip to Paris, but it really was one of the most intense experiences of my ...
... qui parle bien l'anglais. Elle est de Lyon et semble plutot gentille. Nous avons commencer a parler parce qu'elle m'a vue lire un une phrase en francais et m'a proposer de m'aider a apprendre. Au comptoir je l'ai appeler pour lui dire que nous pouvions nous asseoir a coté. Après on lui a dit que sa valise était trop lourde de 6 kilos et ils ont essayer de lui fracturer 84$. Elle n'avait pas beaucoup d'argent donc je lui so prêter ce sac que ...
... was from a Artist Boulongerie, or, bloody fantastic bakery in English.
We found so many cool little food shops - one in particular - Hugo & Victor was a dessert shop that took things very seriously. Stepping in there meant we had to have an 'explanation' and if we wanted desert, it included a full on pastry desert/chocolate/wine & liquor match not just an afternoon treat here! No sir! Anyway we left only buying a macaroon or two. Too ...
... My verdict - not enjoyable at all, but washed down with some nice wine. The Frogs legs tasted like chicken, a cliche but very much like an oily chicken wing with less meat and very boney. Dinner in total cost us about 30 Euros each. By the time we had finished most of us were extremely tired from the flight and long day so we walked back to our hotel to get some well deseved rest. Early the next morning Andrew and I got up early for another run. We ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting