Day 1: Landing in Paris

Well, viagra dosage after 16 hours of travel from Los Angeles, visit this I have settled into my home for the next two months.

It’s a room in the 14th arr. (south part of zone 1) at the Cité Internationale Universitaire. There are dorm buildings for every major represented nation at the school; I am in the Fondation Suisse, which was designed by Le Corbusier – you wouldn’t be able to tell because of the famous architect’s modern style:

…and here is a panorama from my window:

The great thing about it is that the school, while still open, is not in session. This translates to super affordable subletting of the room while still having full access to the campus facilities (computer labs, cafeterias etc.). Affordable, in my book, is a very good thing.

There is a lot of work to be done to dive into the world of photography (and fashion photography, at that) and it all starts next week. I’ll be catching up on sleep and re-visiting some of my favorite place in the city in the meantime. À bientôt!

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