Paris

Recently I went back to Paris. I went on a job. I have been there a few times and sadly I don't know and haven't seen much of it.

It is always a good feeling going to work in a different country for a few days. It is always a good opportunity to learn and get to know a new place. I think i been to Paris at least four times. Every time I was there I was always working.

 Eiffel Tower View from Peninsula Hotel Balcony

Eiffel Tower View from Peninsula Hotel Balcony

I am not complaining because there is nothing to complain. Everything is paid and I get to go to some of the best hotels and restaurants in the world and try some amazing food. I have the chance the go and "watch" Roland Garros but because I am part of a team I haven't had the opportunity. YET!

 Having dinner at Hotel Peninsula

Having dinner at Hotel Peninsula

I have to be honest. This time I messed up when I was working. I mixed two different locations and ended up on the wrong one not filming what I was supposed to. Although it was a big mistake it could have been worse. I got schooled but I accepted all the responsibility and the consequences. This never happened to me before and I should have called to confirm where should I go. Now all I can do is to learn from the mistake and not let it happen again.

 Got the chance to visit Ecole 42. A different kind of school. Worth research about it.

Got the chance to visit Ecole 42. A different kind of school. Worth research about it.

Not talking about work, I wish I had the time to visit the city and learn a little more about it. Passing by the Louvre and not going in or at least not taking the time to walk around drives me nuts. I want to go to Notre Dame at sunset to see the city light up. These are wishes that everyone has and I am no different. I am tired of seeing the Eifel Tower. Is nothing new anymore! Is it impressive? Yes. Already got bored of it.

 Another view from the Eiffel Tower

Another view from the Eiffel Tower

Hope i one day i can enjoy Paris. Even if I am working there I want to experience it like a traveler.