Salut! Barcelona was AMAAAAZING. Tour Guide Chloe did a fab job of showing Anna and I around and we managed to see a lot in the time we were there. After getting a taxi to Paris Charles de Gaulle at 4am (which turned out to be very entertaining- there are a lot of people still … More Barcelona and a Babylangues update
The explanation of the ‘intensive language and civilization’ course I participated in before the start of classes really should begin in June. I’d read about the ten day course on Diderot’s website and thought it seemed like a really good way to meet new people whilst improving my language skills. At the end of June … More SILC Course
I have brilliant news in that I finally have a timetable! There’s a boulangerie I walk past every day on my way back from the metro and early last week I decided that when I managed to sign up for classes a tarte aux fraises would be a suitable reward! Signing up for classes has been … More Signing up for classes at Diderot
Finding somewhere to live in Paris has been one of the most difficult and stressful things I have ever done. I would like to take this moment to both apologize to and to thank everyone who has listened to me moan and stress about my lack of accommodation, especially my family and Amy and Craig, … More Finding somewhere to live
Salut à tous! I’m Lisa, I’m from Edinburgh and I study French and Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh. I’m spending my third year abroad as an Erasmus student in Paris, studying at Université Paris 7 Diderot. I’ve been here for almost three weeks now and I’d love to say that things are beginning to … More Bonjour Paris!