Cultural Experience | France

Parisian People-Watching Paradise

It has been said that the preferred Parisian past-time is good quality people-watching. If I didn’t believe it before coming to Paris, I definitely believe it now!

I took an excursion around the city and found myself looking for lunch on the Ile Saint-Louis, a small island in the middle of the Seine River. I picked a cute little restaurant called Brasserie de L’Isle Saint-Louis and took a seat outside. This place is set up perfectly for people watching. Benches and tables line the sidewalk facing the streets which have a steady flow of people.

Just a heads up, if you intend to eat lunch make sure you sit in the right area! I chose to sit on a bench along the sidewalk only to find out that area was only for ordering drinks, while a separate patio is intended for full menu service.

Bon appétit!

Angela Strohbeck

San Diego State | 29 stories

Angela recently graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Communication. She loves to travel, experience live music, and make videos. Angela studied abroad in Europe with the SDSU School of Communication in 2012. During the trip, she studied organizational communication and the rhetoric of tourism in Prague, Munich, Luxembourg, Grindelwald, and Paris. She studied Spanish for six years and is currently learning German. Her favorite quote is, "first seek to understand, then be understood." Her favorite movies are American Beauty and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.


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