Here I will be going to Paris, France and Cologne, Germany for their Christmas markets. It’s a wonderful time to be in Europe! 🙂
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I’m on my way from London to Paris with the Eurostar train. This is a neat high speed train that goes through the Chunnel (channel tunnel) from England to France. It’s really convenient in that it takes only a little over two hours to get from London to Paris and it drops you off in the middle of Paris or London, depending on the direction in which you are taking the train. However, it is expensive.
Also, this video continues my journey through Europe.
Here are the links to the Eurostar train and the bus websites that are listed at the end of the video.
Eurostar website: http://www.eurostar.com
Eurolines (bus) website: http://eurolines.com/en/
This article covers everything you need to do to get a long-stay visitor visa for France (allows you to stay longer than 3 months). I just went through this process and received my “Long stay visa for visitors.” This article is intended to answer any questions that you may have and to clear up general confusion in regards to some of the requirements. Here, I will cover every step, explain every document, and tell you exactly what I did in order to get this visa.
Paris is such a beautiful and lovely city full of nice, warm, welcoming people that just want you to have an enjoyable time in the world’s capital of tourism.
Let’s talk about the time a crack whore chased me back to my hostel in Paris.
I know that this may not be too interesting to anyone, but I just LOVE basset hounds. They are my favorite type of dog in the world, though I am allergic to dogs :(, and I managed to spot one when I was in Paris.
So, let’s take a closer look at the dog and I’ll explain why these dogs are so cool and why it was great to see one in Paris…
Paris has an amazing street art scene. And, regardless of what you think about the defacement of buildings, there is something to be noticed about how Paris does it.
For instance, the city officials who paint over illegal street art will actually leave some art in place if it is by a famous street artist or if it is of high enough artistic value or quality; in other words, if it’s something interesting rather than the name of a girlfriend. Also, the city cannot paint over a certain height, so, if the art is high enough, it will be left there by the city.
Now, let’s check out some of the crazy street art in Paris! 🙂
This is one of the most famous land-marks in the world and is the most famous thing to come out of Paris and of France. And, I have to say, it really does live up to the hype. This is one of the few sights that, when I saw it, I said “Goddamn that’s awesome.” And it only gets better, much better by night, so enjoy :).
As I come back to Paris for what will most likely be the last time in a very long time, I am starting to realize that Paris is a crazy city, and not necessarily in a good way.
If Paris were a woman, she would be great in bed, albeit quite dirty, but horrible with everything else – small talk, personality, emotions, hygiene, etc. In other words, you wouldn’t want to wake up next to this woman the next day, let alone forever.
If you don’t want your pretty little image of Paris ruined, don’t read any further…