Bright lights, dark sky; Paris lies far beneath the window sill, whizzing by. 56 floors (57 for US-Americans) high in Montparnasse is an observation deck, allowing for a gorgeous 360 degree view of the city. Just three floors more and one finds themselves standing atop the tower and all of Paris to see.… Read the rest
Once again I’ve found myself in Paris. Life is just too hard here in Europe.
I dropped the ball during my last Paris trip (which was amazing) and didn’t post a single thing. I’ll try to keep everyone updated this weekend.
We, being partakers of a French Klassenfahrt (field trip), arrived just a few minutes ago.… Read the rest
This video sums up how I often feel…
Last Thursday I traveled to Universität Bonn on a field trip. Students from my school sat in on lectures ranging a variety of topics, and we later attended presentation for prospective students; this was a very similar experience to the college and university visits that Junior and Senior year US high school students are oh-so-familiar with.… Read the rest
Last week I had the great opportunity of meeting with the Bürgermeister Udo Meister of Schleiden. We talked about my school and family life as an exchange student in Germany, my experience with learning German, life in the Eifel, and the awesome travel opportunities which I’ve had to date.… Read the rest
The exchange program which has given both me and thousands of other international students the wonderful opportunity to live and study in Germany (or the USA) for an entire year faces budget cuts from the United States State Department. Help save an amazing exchange program which fosters youth diplomacy, cultural understanding, international friendships, as well as history and language learning each year for 700 American and German students.… Read the rest