At the beginning of October, a small part of FIPDes and lots of other Erasmus students went on a weekend trip to Normandy, organized by the EIAP (see their FB page in case you're an Erasmus student in Paris - there are trips around France and nearby European countries, parties, drinking, sports...).
On the way, as food innovation students, we couldn't have overlooked these cute lunch packs and new Magnum ice creams:
Our first stop was the Mont Saint Michel monastery dedicated to Michael - supposedly, it took the angel a lot of effort to make the bishop build it - he had to burn his forehead to make him do it. What's more famous than the legend though is the fact that depending on the tide, the monastery can seem like an island.
The town around is really picturesque and historic.
Or a Game of Thrones-esque site! I
think I've spent too much with Asinx. =D
Some photos of photos:
We only have pics of the cathedral, because most of us were really tired and fell asleep, so we missed the neighborhood tour. ［(－－)］ZZzzz...
Honfleur is absolutely gorgeous with lovely harbor, lots of souvenirs, local produce, clothes and cosmetics shops, tons of seafood restaurants (lunch menu from 10 to 25 E) and cafes. Totally my favorite place of the whole weekend!
A souvenir shop where I got some very affordable souvenirs (lot of 3 L bottles for 10 E, 3 jams for 8 E I think, 3 bottles of liqueur for 10 E).
Awesome flea market:
Good and really cheap creperie:
LUSH's distant cousin:
Vanilla soap and solid shampoo, everything is 8 E/100 g (yeah, not really cheap):
Gerald: Let's do the Titanic scene!
Lizzie: Looks like crucification of Vita...
Nah, the beach was not this empty - I spend lots of time Zonering people out of the picture...