In Which I Explain How to Use This Website.
I have my own system of classifying attractions which I call Travelerette-ology. Most travel guides classify attractions based on their genre or restaurants based on how much they cost or the cuisine. But I think it's more helpful to know how much time you're going to need to spend at each activity/restaurant! That way you can really plan a perfect day.
After a substantial amount of trial and error, I have learned that the optimal travel itinerary for a day consists of engaging in the following activities in the following order:
In Which I Trick You Into Thinking I Am Bad At Math
In Which I Read A Lot of Confusing Names
"Travelerette," you may be thinking, "Didn't you already go to New Orleans?" To which I reply, "You are certainly very familiar with the workings of this blog for someone who is so often critical of it, Internet Stranger!" I happen to go to New Orleans about once a year and every time I do, I shall blog all the new and delicious things that I find there, all for your personal amusement.
In Which I Am Burned At the Stake And Do Not Recommend It
At this point you may be thinking to yourself, "What is a Normandy?" Well, don't be shy, Internet Stranger! There's no shame in asking questions here. France is divided into 27 different regions. 22 of those regions are in Europe, and two of those regions are called Normandy.
In Which I Think This Is Going to Be the Beginning of A Beautiful Friendship
That's why I'm so happy to write today about an obscure little city in the Ile-de-France that I have discovered: Paris.
In Which I Have Some Issues Dealing With Eggs Of Various Stripes
After spending three days in Paris, I went on the road for three nights in Normandy. I spent one night in Rouen, one in Bayeux, and one in Mont St. Michel. I highly recommend that you see all three of these towns if you love architecture, history, and great food. If you don't like any of those things, then I suggest you stay in Winnemucca, Nevada instead.