Art of the Parisian Trench Coat https://flic.kr/p/VyUWYQ It was a slow, normal Parisian morning the day my hands found an epoch of my fashion, the key piece of simplicity in French style, and the all around physical demonstrative statement of being Parisian. It was Monday, I was in Zara, and my life was changing. Now, … Continue reading Art of the Parisian Trench Coat
It has been a week since I have touched down in Paris and the only thing being debunked, other than the cash inside my wallet, is all the clichés that you are so HARSHLY told in US before coming to Europe. Between the congratulations, the “excited for you!” exclamations and packing tips, you are always … Continue reading The Ultimate Parisian Cliché Buster
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity … it was the beginning of my summer abroad campaign and I still could not say bonjour with a … Continue reading Who is Letting Me Do This?
Sophia Semensky is a University of Florida student studying abroad during Summer B of 2017 in Pau, France. To learn more about her program, click here: USAC - Pau. What is your year and academic concentration? I am a first-year student studying Environmental Science and Economics, with a minor in French. Have you traveled abroad … Continue reading Sophia: Summer in Pau
Bridget Knowles is a University of Florida student studying abroad during Summer C of 2017 in Paris, France. To learn more about her program, click here: UF in Paris - Study and Intern. What is your year and academic concentration? Hello! I’m a First Year at the University of Florida majoring in Business Marketing, with … Continue reading Bridget: Summer in Paris
First and foremost, I apologize for being extremely MIA for a while. I would hate to let my fans down, and when I say fans, I mean my father. (I have been informed that he has been printing every post out. Shout out to my biggest/only fan.) A lot has happened between now and my last … Continue reading Keep your friends close, your iPhone closer
This past weekend took a toll. I'm feeling a little under the weather following our best trip to date. And with my first calculus exam coming up, my brain is pretty done as well. London was exhausting but so extremely worth all the late nights and early mornings. Traveling to London was fairly painless. It was … Continue reading So Much to do, So Little Time
DISCLAIMER: This is not going to be an exciting post filled with pictures and talks of food. This is the story of how I went to new heights (literally and figuratively) for a textbook by the name of "American Popular Music from Minstrelsy to MP3", which (not surprisingly) you can not find anywhere in the … Continue reading What I did for a Textbook
I know you are all wondering, "What is a traboule??" Well, I'm going to tell you! Just not right now. After our exciting(?) adventure with transportation on Friday the 13th (see previous post), we arrived in Lyon around 2 am. During off season months, which it just so happens to be, transportation in much … Continue reading Would you like to traboule?
I have never considered myself to be a superstitious person until this past weekend. I looked forward to my first weekend adventure with my roommates immensely. After all, Lyon is considered to be one of the gastronomical epicenters of France! Now don't get me wrong, I really had a great time exploring the beautiful city … Continue reading A Successful Failure