Campanile Nancy Laxou
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I thought, maybe these are directional for poor, lost tourists. Turns out they were but you only see them when you get very, very close to your destination. I think all cities should paint a path down the sidewalk like Boston's Freedom Trail. It is impossible to get lost that way. We finally found the port, which is all that is left of the walls that used to surround the city. Next we went to Centre Pompidou Metz, a satellite museum of Centre George Pompidou in Paris. Lots ...
... 8217; sick there are so many things I miss about the homeland. I miss class starting on time, I miss getting my papers graded in a timely manner, I miss syllabi and rubrics, and I miss only having class a couple of days a week. I miss going to publix/ being able to read what is at the store, I miss queso and spaghetti o’s and driving, the list goes on and on! Every day I realize how different my life is at home and while ...
... the second floor greeted us and immediately took us to a waiting room but they separated Joel and took him into a room. After sitting down for only a few minutes, one of the same workers came into the room and asked if she could "borrow" someone who "spoke a little bit of English." I offered to help, not thinking twice that I needed to know a little bit more of French before offering to translate...
One of the students she was helping, did not speak French and had a ...
... corner from Pythagore. We experienced some really genuine hospitality from the bar owner, which was surprising because most people here tend to be a little cold towards Americans.
... for my time in France thus far. The parallel turn is very awkward at first, scary even. You slip and maybe even fall down trying to it. But I'm finally starting to get the hang of it.
Back in Nancy, it actually began to feel like I'm living here. It seems so simple from the outside or in the comfort of my bed at home, but I'M ACTUALLY HERE LIVING IN FRANCE. It's kinda terrifying and also ...