Amazing Beignets from Cafe Du Monde.
Being a student with a lot of other Expats has its advantages. Some classmates and I went to an amazing Indian lunch last week at Punjab Restaurant in Covent Garden.
Prachi took control of the ordering (since she is from India) and ordered pretty much the whole menu so we could try everything! We were beyond full and so happy with the choices.
I can’t remember what we ordered but I know there was lots of lamb, chicken, veggies, rice, naan and dessert. Prachi said this is the closest you will get to a homemade Indian meal here in London so I’ll take her word for it. It was delicious and I even got a doggie bag which I’m really excited about. Can’t wait to go back to Punjab Restaurant!!
First Post: Eiffel Tower at night
Second Post: Palace of Versailles
Third Post: Being a Tourist
This is the route we took on Saturday to make sure Jen saw all of the spots before she left Paris. We started at the Sacre Coeur where there were performers, singers and picnics everywhere. Oh and the church is just beautiful and you can see all of Paris from it so it’s just so beautiful.
Because I love my Flip here are videos of the performers that everyone was watching.
Then we walked around the church and stumbled upon this cute little square filled with artists painting and selling their work.
Lindsey bought a beautiful piece of art from an artist named Bahman Borojeni (that is not him in the photo above). I’m regretting that I didn’t buy one!
We followed the winding street down a little more and stopped to see Moulin Rouge.
We hopped on the bus and went to the Latin Quarter to have some yummy falafel.
Paris was so much fun and it got me even more excited to have Jamie, Lindsey & Jen in London the following weekend!
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