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Monday, July 1, 2013
Vlog 11 of 11 - Visit to Paris
This is the eleventh and final video in the series about student life during Regent Law's summer 2013 study abroad program in Strasbourg, France. In this video, I see some of the sights of Paris, including the Palace of Versailles, before flying back home.
I was not expecting to like Paris as much as I did, because I usually do not like big cities. But I loved Paris and want to return again soon. The metro and RER system is well-laid out and easy to follow if you take some time to read the maps and signs. You can also use the Transilien website to plan your route through the city. I would highly recommend taking a boat cruise on the Seine, at night if possible. Some fellow law students and I had a great time with the Vedettes du Pont Neuf boat cruise company. I would also encourage you to take the short train ride out to the Palace of Versailles and see that wonder.
Well, I have enjoyed sharing our experiences in Europe with you. Filming and producing these vlogs has been challenging, but fun. I hope you have enjoyed the series and that you will participate yourself in the study abroad program someday.
Posted by Regent Law in Strasbourg at 6:39 PM