I finally got around to posting the video of our final intramural basketball game… enjoy,
Archive for March, 2007
The City Hall of Paris… I forgot what they called it though
There were a bunch of people ice skating in front of city hall
The building is so huge, there is no way I can have the whole thing in the background as I have my picture taken
An ornate statue
It has been a while since I’ve had a chance to blog, but now I can finally get back to recounting my trip to France since I’ve finished all my homework.
Jane and I straightened up our luggage after arriving at the hostel and then we got out and started to explore. It was late evening and so we first walked all the way down the road we were on which was Rue Rivoli. We walked in the direction of Place de Bastille. And eventually, we got there.
We said we would come back during the day, little did we know how much there was to do in Paris….
We passed by a very gothic church!
After our dinner we headed out to walk around until 1am, when we had to be back in our hostel. We walked by several graphic novel shops. Apparently the French are crazy about graphic novels. It was fun going through the shop, seeing all the graphic novels that I had read in French, and a few that I hadn’t read that looked interesting!
A restaurant called “The Beaver”
My first view of the Notre Dame
Jane by the Seine!
I went on a Youtube frenzy this morning, posting all my old videos that I haven’t gotten a chance to upload yet. Here is a campaign video that Marcus put together after a rough day of filming on Saturday,
I emailed illogical from BTBeat.com to ask about why the site was down,
Wish I knew I’ve been tying to contact bitbeat all week without sucess, I know we had been talking about an upgrade to the bandwidth as things were getting a bit slow, but no decission was made.
Mind you he has done this before then suddenly the site reappears working better than before.
First I know is when I get a mesage saying sorry, he forgot to make contact.
After leaving the Saint-Paul metro station, I walked out and into my first view of France. It was so awesome! There were so many people on the street doing random ,things like playing instruments and juggling. Fortunately our hostel was located directly next to the metro station, down this little side street,
Everyone loves the little scooters
The door to my hostel
The view from the room
In Paris there is a certain level of ornate-ness in everything, the hostel was no exception