Campanile Nancy Laxou
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... was something seriously wrong with me. How terrible would it be to be diagnosed with some malignant tumor or an illness while in a foreign country without family nearby?! My blood pressure seriously skyrocketed.
Then the nurse returned and explained that I had a calcium node near my ribs. I had no clue what that meant, honestly, I quite still don't understand. But she said it was "natural," "you," "no problem" - maybe she was trying to figure out how to translate "benign" ...
... world to attend. Thinking it was a good idea (and also procrastinating on studying for finals), I decided to apply despite the odds being against me. To my amazement, I was selected to be 1 of the 2 students to represent UCF, a school of over 60,000 students. Housing accommodation for the event would be covered, along with cultural excursions and all meals. The only thing I had to pay for was the airfare. I was a little ...
... to navigate my money! It’s a gloomy day and has been raining off and on so I decided to grab a croissant, only 1 euro and so tasty, on my way home and I am going to spend the afternoon getting fully unpacked, practicing the language, researching the town and probably going to sleep early… I think change has hit me like a ton of bricks and the weather makes me want to stay in bed. I ended up going out and around with Amy and Harlea. We went to the ...
... up and said, "you mean, seat 44 (but in French?)" and I said, "Non, quarante-sept, 47" and showed him my ticket. I knew he didn't want to give up the window seat, but I had paid for it! He was nice enough to help me put my suitcase in the overhead bin though, and then he sat down next to me to watch Django on his laptop.
It was a cloudy, rainy morning, so as soon as I got situated, I grabbed my UCF throw and before I knew it, I was asleep. All I remember ...