"I am delighted with my weekend in London."
Translation:Je suis enchanté de mon week-end à Londres.
When I first studied French in the early 1970s, le week-end was still controversial because many French people hated anglicisms. I remember that the French speaker on a language tape said veek-end beginning with a "v" sound. Our teacher told us that "w" wasn't a native French sound so they pronounced it like "v".
It's interesting to study a language again after 50 years and see some of the changes that have occurred.