Monthly Archives: June 2010

Les enfants du Paris

Hey kids. So that someday that I would eat some macarons from ladurĂ©e came much sooner than I anticipated. aka. today! After a failed attempt to go to three different museums (yes, we actually failed at going to museums. cool.) … Continue reading

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The Good, the bad, and the smelly.

Midterm number two today. Only two more lectures left in that class, btw, because the other two class days will be spent frolicking. It’s strange to be past halfway done in all of my classes? Tomorrow we are heading out … Continue reading

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Cat on a hot Mansard roof.

Another Sunday come and gone. I made several excursions today to museums and sites for homework, and I spent several hours in a coffee shop, studying for my history midterm. That, I could get used to. It’s absolutely a beautiful … Continue reading

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A Tree Grows in Paris

Okay readers. There is no way I am going to be able to describe to you the strangeness of the things I have just seen. So, I live near Place de la Bastille, right? Now, I would say this is … Continue reading

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Sleepy Hameau

Well, my dear friends, I spent today wandering the dusty, deserts of Versailles. No, not the grandiose hall of mirrors where ole Lou used to hold those swanky soirĂ©es back in the day, but the dusty streets of the creaky … Continue reading

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Days of Wine and Rosiers

Hey all, Not much to report today, hanging out in the Marais, eating crepes, getting lost in Paris; same old, same old. Just saying hello and I miss you (I started buying souvenirs for you todayyyy). Going to Versailles bright … Continue reading

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A Chair with a View

Today, I am studying at Reid Hall. I write from a sun bathed wicker chair on the porch that opens onto a rose garden, alternating between my art history study guide and facebook. I am thinking about Reid Hall as … Continue reading

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