Campanile Nancy Sud-Luneville
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Since we had the day off for school, the gang decided to day trip out somewhere in the Lorraine region. After hearing about the many châteaux in France, it's probably about time we saw what all the hype was about.
To keep it short and sweet, the town was pretty dead besides the château. But for a place that burned down several times, this grand home sure was beautiful! ...
... to English? I certainly hope so. Then she walked me out onto the waiting room and that was it. I was told I had a calcium node and then I was just handed a certification stating that I passed the French Immigration requirements for health.
We then had to go to to a University Health Center (it's only for students) and undergo another general medical evaluation. The one at the hospital was just an X-ray and a check of our weight and diet. At this office, we had to undergo a ...
... in my suitcase and that makes me really sad. As of right now, I should have enough room.
I did go into town to find some lunch and I stopped into a few stores, but there's just so many people. I like shopping when like no one is there. I just wasn't in the shopping mood anymore. But on the plus side, I got a different password for the wifi and now it works. That means I can watch Dr. Phil! Best. Day. Ever.
So I ...
... or having homework. You go to class, participate, learn and either pass or fail the class. Simple as that. Oh, and there are vending machines in the lobby of the school that sell cappuccinos, espressos and are only .40 euros! You know where I'll be spending my short 15 minute breaks...COFFEE!!!
The ICN Business School is a private graduate school much smaller than UCF; compared to the 60,000 students back home, 8,000 students feels like my high school class ...
... candle lighting my room and giving it a nice scent. I have pictures on my desk and the coats hanging. My clothes are all put away and my kitchen has food. My bed is warm and cozy and my bathroom is clean and disinfected. I'm all set to start classes and go on with my adventure abroad.
The exchange rate is another thing to get used to, aside from the time difference and the temperatures. Our money disappears in no time, so we're all patiently awaiting our ...