Address: 235 Impasse Bertholet, Ludres, Lorraine, 54710, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 235 Impasse Bertholet, Ludres, is near Musee de l'Ecole de Nancy and Eglise des Cordeliers.
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Travel Blogs from Ludres

Day 215

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Mar 03, 2015

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... to them, I was no further than 10 feet away. We set off still heading north the countryside around here is not very picturesque, just mile after mile of farm land with an occasional industrial town. The main crop in this area seems to be potatoes, there are signs and finger posts showing where to buy them from. After a sunny start the weather turned wet and windy, we arrived at the site we ...

Lets talk about sex!

A travel blog entry by alexissnow on Feb 06, 2014

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French Sexuality.

Well during one of our classes the professor explained how Americans are very conservative on their opinion and views on sex. At first we were confused and didn't understand. So we decided we should make this our topic for our French Culture presentation since we were allowed to choose any topic we want, and this way would have an excuse to research further! At first we ...

Day 29: Chinese New Year

A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Jan 30, 2014

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... chicken. You'd think rolling out some dough, stuffing them, and enclosing the dumplings would be easy...but it's not. Jiani taught us some different ways to fold the dumplings and even make shapes with them. It was a very cool experience!

After a few hours of cooking, we finally got to eat! We learned to use pieces of lettuces to grab the food instead of using traditional silverware. For the first time in France, I actually got to have some spicy food too! We ...

Day 12: First Day of School!

A travel blog entry by joel_salgado on Jan 13, 2014

Where to start, well my school is really tiny in comparison to UCF. In fact, it's only one building actually. But it's got a nice little cafeteria and computer lab. I really appreciated the coffee machine in the lobby. The student body seems to be very active as well, there's something going on every night. I got a little confused one my way to class, because everything on the ground floor starts with 0XX and everything on the second floor for us Americans ...

Turkey? "Gobble, Gobble?"

A travel blog entry by abonilla on Jan 09, 2014

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... continue to explore the rest of the city before classes start.

Monday will mark a great turning point in our lives as we'll start a semester of much learning and dedication to our education! Plus, we get to meet the other international students, so say hello to more culture shock!

I think by the end of these few months, I'll be so versatile that I'll be ready for any job, any opportunity and any change than may come my way. I hope that my ...