Comfort Hotel, Metz Woippy
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the expansion of the fortification, the final casemates were built in 1644.
These casemates are referred to as the Gibraltar of the north, Luxembourg was taken over in the 1800s and these casemates were reduced to only 17kms in length! During the 2 world wars these casemates were able to house 35 000 people.
We twisted and turned through the narrow winding steps the worst part was a section ...
... and bread. Tom was trying to figure out what everything was, he pointed to one thing and the baker said it was "Escargot". Instantly we all made faces of confusion and apprehension. The baker quickly realized that we didn’t understand! “no, no, no, not Escargot”, (Tom even gave himself antennas to ask if that was what she meant). It was like a cinnamon roll, and they just called it Escargot for the shape! Boy did we get a good laugh as we left ...
... despite studying abroad in Europe, I am about to hop on a flight destined for Asia. It started off before finals week in December when I received an e-mail from the Director of the Office of Prestigious Awards at UCF introducing me to the "2014 Tamkang World Forum for Youth Leaders".
It was an international forum hosted by TamKang University in Taiwan, and they were selecting 12 students from partners universities ...
... it was delicious! Pesto, pine nuts, red pepeprs, and balsamic, Yum! The other students have been very welcoming and as helpful as they can but I am struggling adapting culturally/emotionally and I am struggling connecting to the Internet! Its nice to have each other, we all live within two building connected by a court yard, but we all have our own bedrooms. They are better with the language compared to me but we are all clinging together at this point helping each ...
... be rough. Hopefully without my nap before class I will be able to survive the rest of the day.
Philosophy was boring, but it went by pretty quickly. I asked a girl if she could send me the notes from class since I struggle to take notes. She actually studies English. I was so confused by her accent. It didn't sound French when she spoke, but it didn't sound like British English either. We chatted a little bit in ...