Best Western Le Longchamp
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... weather. When we got to BD it was at the bbottom of a beautiful mountain and next to a lake. We pulled up the the get of BD and got off.
For BD we all had to show our passports in order to get in. We were given a id badge in exchange for our passports. We were able to use the id badge to get through the gates of DB. Once we were in the property of DB it was so cool to see all the professionals walk around as they went about their day. When we got inside I ...
... the station. I was annoyed that we had to wait so long at the station because I was very tired and could have used that extra time to sleep. I wanted to sit down because I was in heels but I stuck it through. While we were at the train station I watched the people walking around from train to outside and vice versa. It noticed again how skinny everyone was. It was almost uncommon to see someone fat at the trainstation. I also noticed that people used scooters to get ...
... for little things. But gosh I'm so terribly jealous and envious of all the travellers I meet and I just wish it were March next year already and I'd saved enough money to go again. I was talking to my sister the other day and we're thinking about going to Morocco together. So I looked up some tour options, or we can always just travel without a tour group too. But it was a nice feeling to dream again. If only just for a little while. It's the curse of the ...
... fashioned clothes. I'm starting to sound a bit weird, maybe it's best to go to the museum yourself because I'm struggling to explain it properly and justly!
In the evening I got chatting to another German girl in my dorm and her German and British friends from the room opposite. Two of them have just done their year abroad in Rouen and one of them is an Erasmus student at Lyon University, so we mostly spoke in French. They invited me to ...
... ways that cut through buildings to get from street to street called troubles (not sure on the french spelling). 3. We went to the indoor market (kind of like Quincy market) Lots of fish and chocolates and meat. It wasn't really like Quincy market though - except for the chocolate everything was raw. You want to buy fish - here is a whole fish eyeballs included. You want chicken breast - it is shrink wrapped with the head still on. It was so gross. I bought Gma and I ...