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Erasmus blog Paris

  • Eurotrip #2: Chartres and Paris

    Hi everyone! Today I'm going to tell you about the second part of my trip to France that I went on at the beginning of November (you can read the first part here). After spending the week in Nantes and exhibiting the projects that we completed in the workshop, we took...

    0 by Ross, 17 days ago
  • Tips for Travellers to Paris - the Letdowns (2)

    Let me continue to write something about the downside of travelling in Paris. I'm not trying to discourage you from visiting Paris, but I'd like you to be mentally prepared so that you don't get too disappointed when arriving in Paris.  They don't speak English Having...

    0 by L, 23 days ago
  • Street art in Paris

    The introduction Hello people, I hope, that you are all doing just fine! In this article I want to tell you about my experience in Paris and the things we did there, I mean, I’ve always liked France and I can’t say, that I’ve always wanted to visit it though,...

    0 by Ani, 25 days ago
  • Tips for Travellers to Paris - the Letdowns (1)

    If you have never been to Paris and are planning your first trip to that city, you may have high expectations of there. You may guess that it's very beautiful, that its people are romantic, and that you'll have a great time there. However, with such expectations, your...

    0 by L, one month ago
  • My favourite places to relax in Paris

    In a big city like Paris, sometimes everything is just too much. It is teeming with people, everyone bumps into you, the metro is completely overcrowded… At some point, everything is just unbearable und you just want to get out. And that is where you can go to one of...

    0 by Nadine, one month ago
  • I cannot keep calm - Erasmus is ending

    I cannot keep calm -Erasmus is ending. This is the motto of the last days. The end is getting closer. We all notice that. From time to time, you will catch someone looking into nowhere, being melancholic and far away in his thoughts – and everyone knows that he is...

    0 by Nadine, 2 months ago
  • One week Paris with my parents

    One week Paris with my parents. When you are Erasmus and your parents can afford to visit you, they will sure do it. It’s always good to have an excuse to go on holiday and what is better than to say: “Our daughter studies in Paris, I will visit her.”? Nothing!...

    0 by Nadine, 2 months ago
  • Nuit des étudiant du monde

    That was one of these spontaneous actions. I don’t know, what we are doing wrong that we always only get to know about events shortly before. Especially, if it’s events, where you have to register for. For example, the nuits des étudiants du monde, which means the...

    0 by Nadine, 2 months ago
  • Erasmus university life 1

    As all French people know  , finding accomodation in Paris is a really hard thing to do! There are not many apartments being rented at the central places in the city and the rents are quite expensive. There is a great solution to this problem though  provided to...

    0 by Alexandra, 3 months ago
  • Special days in Paris

    Not special in the sense of exceptionally good. Ok, yes, that is also true, but what I wanted to say with that is that they are different than normal days. I will tell you about some of these in this blog.   Jour de la Patrimoine The Jour de la Patrimoine is the 20 of...

    0 by Nadine, 3 months ago
  • "Residence Hilton" or the University housing called "la Maison des Arts et Metiers"

    Past memories Last Sunday, I was having a drink with my dear roommate Crki and her colleagues from her physics lab in a bar called Le Fleurus. The main reason of this funny meeting was for many participants the watching of the World Football Cup that was projected here....

    0 by Jana, 3 months ago
  • My favourite places in Paris vol.2

    Let’s read about places thanks to which the stressful and quite unhumanised Paris gains an image of a city full of kind people and good food. Rue Champollion – Cinema Street            First, I would like to introduce you one special street, hidden just around...

    0 by Jana, 3 months ago
  • My favourite places in Paris

    How the life in Paris really is? During my four years in Paris, I’ve learned lots of things. I understood that real Parisian life is far away from the romantic and colourful one that we imagined through the films as Amelie from Montmartre. I understood that the...

    0 by Jana, 3 months ago
  • Weekend in Paris

    Weekend in Paris My friend, who was in Germany at that time, and I decided to meet up in Paris for the weekend. We are both Egyptians so it's usually hard for us to travel because we need to do a lot of visa papers, so we decided to visit Paris together while we were...

    0 by Yasmeen, 7 months ago
  • Disneyland Paris

    Of all the trips I've been on in my 23 years, one of the ones I've enjoyed the most has to be Disneyland Paris. Whatever the worries or problems you have running through your head, when you arrive at the park, you'll forget all about them and be inundated with the magic...

    0 by Helen, 8 months ago
  • Montmartre, la République, Bastille...

    A live performance in Montmartre After I had eaten, I called Romain who I had been in contact with the same morning. He said he was in Montmarte, near one of the mills and that he would wait for me there. I climbed the hill and found him, as always, with a little beard....

    0 by Amy, 10 months ago
  • Sacré-Coeur, Moulin Rouge...

    My second day in Paris On my second night in Paris I slept so that much that I woke before my alarm (an achievement for me). I was alone in the house, Ana and Sebas were on a short trip away. I had breakfast, a shower and I set out to make the most of my second and last...

    0 by Amy, 10 months ago
  • A stroll through Paris

    I will start by talking about a new journey and the truth is that it has been quite good, but I suppose I will travel much less this year than I did in my Erasmus year. I will be talking about a little trip I made to the different parts of France. I am lucky enough to...

    0 by Amy, 10 months ago
  • Weekend in Paris 7/12/2012 (the afternoon)

    Before eating... The Louvre Entering the museum is totally confusing. There are several rooms where you can pay, besides the actual museum itself. There are several different queues which is unclear because you don't know which one you should be queuing in. In the end,...

    0 by Amy, 10 months ago

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