Campanile Thionville - Yutz
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We all slotted around. Outside the cloud is all around so it was grey and and then went for a walk at lunch time. Tony and Matt went round the bar area. Hamish and I walked out from Clausen and found a lovely track in the forrest that borders the road. Lots of very pretty autumn colors.
... just stuff that slows you down.
On the top of one hill there was an NSA surveillance station (Im sure, it said something of "Sender" and "Europa1" but that's the cover I would use to spy on society.
The weather was cloudy and cold and we actually got a bit rained on but nothing to be scared.
The day ended with a really lucky and nice situated place to cook and pitch the ...
... in holes and something else that is very elusive. Needless to say, we do not get to check those 2 off the lemurs checklist. They don't even try to look for them.
Goodnight from Lemur Land!
PS. As a side note regarding the hotel, it takes a long time for the water to warm up. In an affront to our environmental awareness they tell everyone to let the water run for 10 minutes and then it will be hot. How wasteful! It ...
At the train station we stamped our tickets because someone said if we don’t and they actually check today they’ll yell at us. (Plus someone said you can rub off the time stamp with an eraser)! After waiting 10 minutes we boarded the train and I wish there was a camera watching Denisse and I because when we got on there were only rooms with 2 bunk beds in each room! I remember us being soo confused because we thought we were on ...
... train, we fell asleep! Now we're back to reality and have returned to the routine of finishing our work and closing this semester in a good way. It's sad that now that we are all becoming closer friends and more comfortable with living in France, our time is abroad is quickly ending.
Needless to say this was an unforgettable weekend and hope I was able to transmit that through this blog. I miss you all and send you a big hug!