The most enjoyable part of the job has to be exploring different parts of the city. As someone who is new to the city, it’s always a pleasure to find exciting places. Paris is a city of details, filled with interesting quirks and endless history. This job gives me a reason to go out and discover Paris.
My first venue happened to be a very upscale location. My French isn’t the best, but it’s enough to get by day-to-day. Nervous about what to expect, I checked online for pronunciation of key phrases in French. After struggling with the hostess in my broken French, asking for the manager, she calmly replied in English. Feeling silly, I then had great conversations with everyone in English and they served me food and drinks all night. Needless to say, the tab was on them and I walked out a happy reviewer.
I would have to say that Emma and I would be friends in real life. I enjoy the simple things in life and still hang with the best of them. Emma seems like a girl that guys and girls can both appreciate for company. I like to consider myself to be one of those girls as well.
I start my day out with a brisk jog in the Jardin Des Tuileries. Afterwards, I grab a pain au chocolat from Boulangerie Paul and head out to Montmartre for a picnic with friends. Soon after, I handle some light shopping in thrift shops in the Marais and then check out the Musée d’Art Moderne. I then head home for a quick nap and to refresh for the night and then call up some close gal pals and head out to Pershing Hall for some drinks and appetizers. To close out, I go to Chacha to dance the night away in a dark unobtrusive corner with my clique of Parisian girls.