Paris, "la ville lumière", is sometimes described as the most beautiful city in the world (with the less friendly inhabitants!!!). You have to check that out during our EPSA week-end there! With the help of "Parisian insiders", you may discover the two sides of the most visited city in the world:
- The touristic side, the one everybody can discover, by walking from La Tour Eiffel to Notre Dame, crossing les Champs Élysées to take the metro for "une pause café" (coffee break) near the Sacré Cœur, and
- the one you only know once you lived in Paris, the places where the locals spend their time and where you will discover the true Parisian spirit (having a drink in the Coolin, buying some biological vegetables in the "Marché des Enfants Rouges", shopping "chez Colette" or eating at the Bouillon Chartier).
- We shall also go to the Chateau de Versailles for half a day.
From Friday 17th January in the afternoon (short Friday) to Sunday 19th January 2014 in the evening.
The expenses include:
So, register as soon as possible, the number of places is limited (stating your NAME, SURNAME, AGE*, EMAIL and TEL.NR) to firstname.lastname@example.org before 28th November 12:00 (but the sooner the better)
*to get the most interesting prices for transport (in order to know who is more than 26).
•There are only 35 places.
• Registration will be done by email. Don't forget that your registration will be complete once you
have paid the fees [concrete details will be given to those of you who send an email to register].
• Once your registration is complete, you will receive a more detailed program including suggestion of restaurants, nightclubs, (affordable) bars, shops, i.e. places you should see to enjoy "la vie parisienne".
QUESTIONS/SUGGESTIONS: if you
have any suggestions of places you know, that you would like to discover, don't
hesitate to send me an email. email@example.com
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