Meleah in Paris
Meleah, a senior markets and culture major, with a psychology minor in Dedman College, is spending Summer 2009 in France with SMU-in-Paris. She will be taking history courses and is looking forward to exploring Europe on the weekends, before graduating from SMU in August.
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From Paris to London
This past weekend a few of my friends and I traveled to London via a two-hour train. We had a great time.
When we first arrived, we could not turn off our Parisian ways and the British probably thought we had some problems. We kept saying “bonjour” and “merci,” and it didn’t help that we only had 2 hours of sleep the night before!
After our delicious English breakfast, we took a bus tour of the entire city. A few highlights from the weekend were eating dinner at the Texas Embassy, which I don’t recommend. They took forever because of “problems in the kitchen,” which we had to find out after waiting for our food and harassing another waiter.
We also went to the changing of the guards and the Royal Ballet. Our last stop before coming back was to Platform 9 3/4 (Harry Potter, anyone?).
I enjoyed London, but I had to get used to looking the opposite direction before crossing the street. Luckily there were signs on the ground to remind me at intersections!
I am so glad that we took our little weekend trip. And our study abroad trip is a little more than halfway done!
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