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! ...
... waiting room, Joel read a children's book to practice his French, Leif worked on the paper that is due tomorrow and Lina and I just took pictures of the hospital. I was called last and for a good reason.
The GOOD news: I do not have tuberculosis or any other contagious, deadly disease.
The BAD news: I need glasses. AND the doctors found a calcium node near my lungs/lower back.
When I was called in, I saw each of our names on a paper and only my name had ...
Poppy and I walked together to Steff's. She wasn't kidding, she does live on top of a mountain. I always avoided going there for some reason, well or it was bad timing because they would have movie nights and I would have an exam the next day. Either way, it was a really nice apartment. We ordered a lot of Chinese food. It was hilarious because Bobbie ordered it and struggled a bit, but we wouldn't expect anything ...
... off - he had said earlier how sarcasm/irony were another language of his, so I just figured he was joking. Nope, he was serious. During our second session this afternoon, he asked us to put our answers in a piece of paper and write our name on it. The correct answer was the media (we should have known, that was the topic of wednesday's class!) and only one student got the correct answer (our mix of students includes a few Germans, many Americans, many Mexicans, one from ...
... gets in. This time, it was Lina who didn't wake up on time. Harlea and I knocked and knocked on her door until she woke up. We headed to the mall and got some lunch. The mall, Centre Commercial Saint Sebastien, is literally just 20 minutes of walking straight from Pythagore (we're all fan of the ease of getting there).
Lina and I got cough medicine since we're both now sick and she was set to leave to a ski seminar this morning, so she couldn't afford a ...