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As soon as we left the station for the short walk to the Musee des Beaux Artes something felt wrong. The town did not look or feel right somehow. Ah well, we thought, this is the modern section, the old town will be different. It wasn't. We both felt that Nancy is the most boring town of all those we have visited over the past four plus weeks. It is almost featureless, with few redeeming attractions if ...
... speaks great English!) She's going to kill me once she reads that! Love you Claire <3 When we got to McDonalds it was one of the coolest experiences ever because of the way it operates outside the US!
Basically, in France you order yourself on a computer what you want and then within minutes your order is ready at the counter and you just show your receipt and grab your food. The McDonalds in Europe are soo much more ...
... about the schedule. The class schedule here is weird and you have classes every other week (I don’t really know how it’s set up).
Later tonight we’re going to meet some of the Mexicans to go to this Latin bar because apparently downstairs they play Latin music! It’s going to be a peaceful night because everyone is just soo tired from these past first weeks here in Nancy. ...
... came out of nowhere and we were like walking really fast because it was so late and kind of sketchy. Finally we found our way to the school and went our separate ways there and I made it back to my apartment safe and sound. It sucked that we didn’t really have WIFI because we’d have to wait until the next morning to see if we made it back okay because we had French class at 9am. ...
Overall, my first days in Nancy, France have been wonderful. It's so interesting to go from being a tourist to being a local. Hopefully I'll be able to share that feeling to you through my blogs and pictures. For the next few days, I need to rest a bit since I am sick and adjusting to many changes, but I will be exploring more of the city! Classes start on the 13th and our schedules are set to change every week. (Stay tuned for another blog about ...