Hotel Abbaye des Premontres
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... a girl to help me and she struggled. Finally we got it though. I can't imagine trying to do it by myself.
So I finally got all of the pictures from when Mom was here onto my computer and placed where I want them. They are also on Facebook for her as well and I mean it's only 3pm. Gosh darn it I have done everything I can think of except study. Also, I would like to point out that I'm wearing jeans today. WHO AM I?
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... know what they were talking about. I had a feeling I was going to be the opposite of English. Like I mean they said something about having to use the loo, which I mean I understand, but I wouldn't ever say that. So I mean, I'm quite American if I do say so myself. Then I took a quiz to see how American I am and I only got 70%! What is that ****? Zak got 73%. I think it was comparing us to Texas and that's not fair.
Waking up this morning and realizing that I actually have to go back to class and learn was the worse feeling ever. No one wants to go to class. I also got up extra early so Ruby and I could have a breakfast date, since neither of us have anything in our rooms. She got back around 9pm last night. I'm glad I got back earlier.
I'm sick and exhausted. I also had an exam today. It was without a doubt the most difficult exam I have taken. She did not tell us anything ...
... t know if it's just my straightener or what. I have more outlets to try it out on though, so maybe one of them will work.
Well I went to class today and it was fast paced. I really liked it though because it's something I've already done, so I understand it. Ruby, Bobbie, and I went to Spanish class at 5pm today. I've decided to attempt to learn Spanish, obviously. It was be interesting. It's just crazy because we are learning our third language ...
... all the wood was a concern, as was the way the cheese maker (blessed be them!) used his teeth to hold the linen to draw the cheese bits (technical eh!) from the whey. Nice ... An interesting process, as was the whey, which was offered, and taken. Well a tiny mouthful ... In fact we had an early lunch of different meats and cheeses, which was pretty good, and the view was to die for ... proper Switzerland. Next was the chocolate, Cailler, which is produced under the ...