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I had a blast in France! From the fashion to the people, the museums and the architecture, everything was awesome. This was truly a once in a lifetime experience. When you first arrive, you’re a curious tourist, after our 6 weeks, we called it home. I know that by working hard and following my dreams, […]
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Montmartre is the a place with so much historic significance. It rest on top a beautiful hill where u can get a beautiful view of France and used to be the host of remarkable artist such as Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani. I ventured up the hill with my girl Nadia and 2 artist implored […]
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My friends and I ventured off to go find Mona! Mona Lisa– that is. We walked from campus to the Louvre, it was about a 25 minute walk. Admission was free because we had our Art and Architecture cards, free is always good here in Paris. Every inch of this place was a photo-op. I […]
It is said that if you travel to, and attend Mass at Notre Dame or Sacre Coeur this year, you will receive special blessings. Well I traveled to Notre Dame and attended Mass on Sunday and it was the Mass of all Masses. When you hear Notre Dame, you think Hunchback of Notre Dame- I know. But this church was the biggest church I have ever step foot in. Its stained glass and high ceilings were simply gorgeous. The service, though it was in French, went smoothly and I could sing along because I can read music and have sung in French before. I snapped a few photos for your guys. Check it out😉
I took a trip to the Pantheon and it was very interesting. The art work was so detailed and it honestly evoked a lot of emotion. Here I stood in a place that history’s greatest figures are buried. Voltaire, Rousseau, and Marie Curie rest here in a dark and quiet commemorative place where their memory and legacy are preserved.
Me and a group of St. Johns students hit the night with goody bags for the homeless and hungry. Though we are a miles away from our homeland, it is still important to help the people that need it the most. We walked the streets of Paris and I was shocked to se the amount of homeless people in Paris. When you think Paris, you think city of love, Eiffel Tower, shopping- not Homeless! It saddened me to see the women, men, children and dogs with hopelessness in their eyes. While walking around, I saw all types of shelters. One guy inhabited a phone booth, another with a cardboard box and another under a store awning. The hunger pains that haunt them day after day, night after night can be hushed for a little while with these bags of sandwiches, chocolate and water. So tonight the pain will cease for we are coming with great treats. G’night Paris.