Grand Hotel De La Reine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today was, effectively, our last day on what might be called "mainland" Europe before returning to to that little group of islands off its western coast, and we planned to spend it in Nancy because (a) it is reputed to be an attractive city and (b) the art gallery has a Caravaggio. Well, the Nancy tourist office had sent us some very nice brochures and guides, and we had planned the trip well we thought. Sadly it turned out to be ...
... way, for class like I did yesterday.
After class I met up with Claire and her friend Emily and we walked to McDonalds for lunch. I met Claire recently after working on a group project with her and she’s really nice and friendly. She’s really really tall and I feel soo short next to her LOL, but she’s one of the best French people I’ve met here in Nancy! (Except she barely speaks English, ...
... to explain one topic he seemed very passionate about and it was very tiring (mostly because I was running on 4 hours of sleep). Let’s just say that I was very happy when the class was over and I could get lunch and I was even happier that he chose a different group for the second half of class. I’m soo glad that I don’t have this class again for at least another 2 weeks! And I’m ...
... watch the light show! When that was over we all went to a bar and played some Korean games with the Koreans and Mexicans. I was at the bar until 1am, but then I left with Caro because she was tired too and we had to get up early the next day. We got a little lost and ended up taking the long way back home. I remember we were walking down the street with all the shops and then a group of ...
... candle lighting my room and giving it a nice scent. I have pictures on my desk and the coats hanging. My clothes are all put away and my kitchen has food. My bed is warm and cozy and my bathroom is clean and disinfected. I'm all set to start classes and go on with my adventure abroad.
The exchange rate is another thing to get used to, aside from the time difference and the temperatures. Our money disappears in no time, so we're all patiently awaiting our ...