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... probably the best Chambre D'Hote we've ever stayed at. Today (Wed) we left Menil and visited Nancy (the place not the Grannie) which was really impressive - see some pics. Now staying near Mulhouse where we (really D) going to visit the Schlumpf car museum tomorrow which houses the the largest collection of Bugattis in the world - I can almost hear the incredulous exhalations especially amongst the womenfolk so envious of ...
... route, but each of the two competitors had access to gates that could potentially block either route. The next scenario was about building a chemical plant in an agricultural city and negotiating for a specific land price per square meter that could bring in about 1,100 new jobs to the city. It's so much fun to undergo each scenario, especially when each group includes students from all around the world. It makes negotiation even more real, as culture can play an integral ...
... out, joking around and trying to learn the names of the other students, the girls all called it a night at midnight while the boys were venturing out to the “love boat” club, power to them! Tomorrow we have three classes again, maybe I’ll venture to the gym, I can’t keep up with all these eating and wine-ing!
ps. The sun does not like to come out here so we are all missing it already and are really excited when its not foggy/raining!
... and I was lucky to have two "godmothers," Solene and Cecile.
On Monday, Cecile took me around the city. She showed me our university, our cafeteria, local shops and cool little locations. We went to Place Stanislas (pictures will be on my next post) and then she took me to my favorite place ever, Parc de la Pepiniere. This park is similar to Central Park in NYC and almost like Lake Eola in Orlando. There are grassy spots everywhere, benches and picnic ...
... but it was lovely too see and hear the interactions and then the translations from languages Dinner was very lovely and the table was beautiful, I couldn't eat most of it and was worried to try things but I did try a few new things some nice and some I won't have again. We sang Christmas carols in French and English and we spoke and ate and drank. It was lovely to be a part of this dinner and feel so ...