Here in Paris, the GSLIS 2014 study abroad folk have been treated to many nice amenities, including group dinners and metro passes, not to mention the field trip for our classes! However, there is one treat that surpasses the rest: the museum pass.… Read the rest
On Saturday, the bulk of the GSLIS 2014 Paris study abroad ladies made their way to Versailles to see the palace, gardens, and Marie Antoinette’s estate. Little did we know upon arrival that a water fountain show was scheduled for the day.… Read the rest
On Monday, the bulk of our GSLIS troupe made our way to Pont Neuf, a beautiful little island in the middle of the Seine, just past the Louvre. The purpose of our visit was to see the wonders of that world renowned cathedral, Notre Dame.… Read the rest
We felt unfettered and alive!
There have been several micro-adventures that have already transpired here in Paris! Here are two of a few sojourns that necessitate some blogging!
Let’s start with Stephanie Keller—on Saturday, the first full day in Paris, she and I sojourned to the Acr de Triomphe, a famous monument.… Read the rest
We were joined by the last of the GSLIS Paris 2014 troupe on Sunday with the arrival of Maddie and Jen! To celebrate the coming together of the group as a whole, Gerry and Jim, our fearless Professors and trip leaders, took as out for a splendid dinner at the Pain Quotidien.… Read the rest
I could go into all the details about how the plane ride was a breeze, our cab driver to the airport was also a philosophy teacher, or how our orientation went swimmingly well courtesy of Isobel and the St. John’s University staff .… Read the rest