Grand Hotel De La Reine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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On Monday I slept in very late until like 1pm and I was able to communicate with the building manager in French since he speaks ZERO English! I was able to get coins for the laundry machines and get him to fix my broken light (yayy! I can see in my apartment now)! Thanks google translate… AGAIN! After feeling like I accomplished something I went with Vasilisa to the store because she needed a few things for her ...
Monday the 1st was the first day of integration week!! Yayy!! I remember getting up early today because we had to get to ICN for 10:30am. For an hour and a half we listened to a presentation by the International Office and then everyone went around introducing themselves over the microphone. There are kids from basically all around the world: USA, China, S. Korea, Germany, ...
... it was all in French), maybe it was the Architecture or the fact that I was in France but I felt very appreciative of all the things I'd had the chance to experience during the past week and a half traveling. Afterward Thomas, Amy and I decided to go to the nearby Park and had a little picnic since it was such a nice day out! I got to see their Zoo and on our way back we say a Michael Jackson impersonator on one of the Gazebos....SO of course me ...
... and bakeries. I had to buy some fresh blue cheese, olives, grapes and baguette – a true French meal! I love acquainting myself with the city and becoming more comfortable with everything here.
This website gives a perfect summary of everything to see here! They even talk about the octopus you can find at the market, which I did last week! http://wikitravel.org/en/Nancy
This is a more detailed website- http://www.nancy-tourisme.fr
... into the market, the stench of raw meat slaps you in the face!! But it's such a good smell! The butchers are lined up in their shops in every corner. There are cow tongues, pig's heads, pig feet, pig hearts, quails, rabbits, chicken and everything you could ever want to eat - they're all cut up and just laying there for display for the lucky shopper to purchase the delicious meat.
The seafood is even better!! The crabs were alive!! And so were the other crawling ...