Campanile Nancy Laxou
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We spent the day exploring Metz. It's not a very big city and only has about 120,000 residents, but as usual we managed to get lost. Still, it was a good way to see a lot of the city. We attempted a self-guided walking tour aided with the map provided by the tourist center and our not-so-trustworthy sidekick Henri. First stop: Temple Neuf. I have no idea what this church is, but it is not open to the public, so we took a few photos and continued on our way. Next top was the ...
... the media and talk about the differences of what is acceptable in France compared to the group members home countries of China and the US. As we researched we became more interested in the recent situation of the French president, a scandal by American standards and the Sex Education Programming in schools/the country. Not only was the president not married to the first lady, extremely radical, but also ...
As I'm gearing up for another fun and exciting weekend, I figured I'd recap you all on my happenings from last weekend.
So last weekend there were two Galas at ICN. One was a formal event, which unfortunately I couldn't attend because it was sold out. However, I did attend the Gala Erasmus! "Erasmus" is short for EuRopean Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students. It's a very cool ...
... Allen and I went around the city looking for a better gym than the one here in Pythagore. We hit a bust, but got some decent leads from the locals.
The best part was when homeless people came up to us asking for change. We went with the whole, "sorry only speak English." Then the woman said, "No I speak English." And well...to keep this blog a little less offensive, let's just say she offered herself in exchange for money.
C'est la vie!
... my bidet. It really is a handy little thing. I should have used it to shave my legs a long time ago because you can fill it up with water. Duh. It's brilliant. So anyways, it's so nice here as well. Like 50s. Sorry gang at home where it's like -60.
I went to campus at 10:30am and sat my butt in the café, which is where I stayed until 3:30pm. I got my study on and had some lunch and coffee. My butt was starting to hurt from sitting in the same chair for 5 hours. Plus ...