Enzo Hotel Pont A Mousson
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and it was delicious. They also made me a special vegetarian dish that wasn't on the menu. The guy that was working was really funny. He was making fun of us. He told the other girl helping him that we didn't speak French and so she had to speak slowly. Then when he gave us the bill, he was like this is in Euros. I was like ahhh man, what's a Euro? He was just really funny.
Afterwards, Leah and I went to ...
... skype for a little bit longer.
Ruby went to Lille this weekend, it was an ERASMUS trip. We are going to go to dinner later with Bobbie. We are going to our normal Sunday crepe place. I haven't been there in so long. I miss my vegetarian crepe. It is sooooo good.
Well sadly, our little crepe shop was closed, not surprising since it was after 8pm on a Sunday night. It was probably closer to 9pm. So instead we went and got pizza. ...
... to be rough because I love being here and the people and everything, even though somethings are quite stupid, like everything being closed on Sundays and the outlets. But this rant was about my love for France and I just want everyone to know how much I love being here, even if I complain about things that go wrong.
So I got some work accomplished and decided to reward myself with some dinner with Bobbie. We went to our favorite ...
... are two toilets and two showers in the bathrooms. I think there are two on our floor, one is right outside my door, it's like the French knew I have a tiny bladder! Anyways, there is no boys and girls bathrooms, everyone can use the same if they'd like, but the showers have locks on them. Thank goodness. Also, there are no sinks because we have sinks in our rooms! How neat is that?! Constant water source, Sarah was nice ...
... morning on our quest for cheese and chocolate, we first made our way to Fromagerie d'Alpage de Moléson, which is a 17th century dairy, which puts on displays on how Gruyere was traditionally made. Moléson is a commune of Gruyere, and sits at a height of 1100m. The establishment, which is also a shop and restaurant, produced the Gruyere cheese out the back, in what appears to be have been kept, or restored, to its 17th century glory. As food inspectors, past ...