Hotel Bristol

7 Rue La Fayette, Metz, Lorraine, 57000, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Metz

METZ TO REIMS

A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld

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... when more passengers got on. Arrived Reims at 9:55am, 13 minutes before the scheduled time. French Rail works nicely. We have a couple of days on the train in order to avoid some less interesting and hilly areas. Today was all about Champagne, Vranken Pommery Champagne to be precise. We planned our arrival in Reims in order to take a very popular underground tour of the Pommery Winery. Thanks to chalk mining dating ...

Metz!

A travel blog entry by alexissnow

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... the rain let up we spent time walking and taking in the sights. We felt like we walked for miles taking pictures of the streets packed with multi- colored buildings and other interesting things we came across.

After much debate on where to eat we grabbed some sandwiches from 'Made in France' before heading back to the bus (the steak and blue cheese sandwich is to die for). In the afternoon the bus took us to the edge of town to ...

I have the cutest Sociology prof ever!

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl

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... but it isn't. I use my iPad for like everything, an alarm, for class, snapchat, texting home etc. So I was a little upset.

After Spanish, Bobbie and I decided to go to the cours intensif class which has been going on since the semester started. It starts at 5pm and that's when Spanish starts, so we haven't gone because we didn't want to show up half way through the lesson. We did last night. I had forgotten how funny the prof is. He like ...

The 19th of September

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl

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... now I'm not really sure what to do next. It isn't as simple as picking out classes in La Crosse. There is paper work that goes along with it because I'm a foreigner. Hopefully I can figure it out today at some point. That's the goal at least.

Class was boring as usual. We listened to songs and had to write the lyrics. It is probably one of the most difficult things to do. Let's be real, no one can understand ...

Hello, France

A travel blog entry by ross4278

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... and Chips, T= Quiche Lorraine). Once we'd finished we decided to move one table along to smoke, so as not to blow it in the babys face. It was at this point that "Death Breath" thanked us both for moving in near perfect English.. It would appear he had understood everything from out earlier conversation. Whoops. We hastily paid the bill and made our escape.

After lunch we stopped at a coffee shop and I had my first ever Cappuccino. It ...

     

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