Jean-henri Et Gael

I live in a small apartement in the sixteenth arrondissement in Paris with JH and Gael, who I met at a bar in the ninth arrondissement when I first arrived in the city. If you do not know Paris as I didn't you may seek to use the buses for fear of being caught out on the metro. My nearest metro station is La Muette but I usually walk across to Passy since the ligne is better.

Nearby to the apartement building is the Jardin du Ranelagh, which is quite pleasant to sit in when it is warm here. There are lots of places I like here, including the Bois de Boulogne. I also particularly enjoy visiting the Musee Guimet (the asiatique arts museum), on place d'Iena, the Jardin de la Maison de Balzac on rue Raynouard, in my arrondissement, but I especially enjoy walking in the Parc Buttes Chaumont. I also love to visit the Galeries Lafayette in boulevard Haussmann. I try everything on!

Jean-Henri and Gael are older than me, in their late twenties and early thirties, they work in La Defense (the big business district to the west of Paris), so they don't ask much rent for my small room from me. I do household things for them, like press their clothes and make some of the meals we share. They also like me to do some of their shopping, to save them the bother - the bakers, and the boucherie.

What is different in their apartement is that most of the internal walls have been replaced with glass walls. Some of these have mirrors attached to them also. It is a place you must get used to.
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1 Response Jun 1, 2013

<p>your residence in seems quite unusual.You were lucky to have found two guys you could share an apartment with safely in Paris,because as a young girl you would have to be very careful, you must be quite a discerning young woman.I lived in Paris for two years in my late teens,I worked in a nursing home in Porte de Neuilly for a few months before I left for England to be "au pair" in a family.</p>

They are really nice guys, I couldn't believe my good fortune for finding them! They aren't too demanding of me, but at first the apartement seemed like a goldfish bowl. Now, I am used to living this way and I still feel very fortunate indeed to have such good friends with whom to live.