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... nobody knew where to go and it was fun waking around trying to find these places. We also got to see first year French students walking around Nancy covered in pasta and tape as part of their initiation week (it was funny). Some tried selling us pasta sticks, but we told them we didn’t speak French or English and it was funny watching them trying to communicate with us in Spanish. While walking around we got ...
... I sent it because I didn't want to look like a fool, and now I'm playing the waiting game. Most of them responded with well we don't really have one for this class but does this work. I'll take whatever I can get. Most of my classes here are going to be elective credits for my French major anyways.
So I finally got off my butt at about 11:30am and went to the fac de droit to buy my ticket for Strasbourg. There is a Christmas market there that we are going to go to and ...
... Skyping with Mom always brightens my day, even if I was angry that mom and dad went and got donuts this morning and I can't have any. I got to see my sleepy little puppies. Now I have no desire to do any work whatsoever. I just want to look at my cute little puppies.
So there's some jazz festival thing going on in Nancy. I'm so glad I went instead of doing homework. There was a parade of different groups performing. It was seriously the coolest thing ever. It was much ...
... Metz has a lot of German influence in it's architecture, which was really interesting to see.
Then we had free time. We decided to go and sit at a pub. The waitress was extremely rude. She didn't get much of a tip from us. Then we bought a cake and found our way back to the meeting place. The cake was really good! It was like a mousse with a little crunch in it.
We got back to Nancy around 6pm. There was a soup ...
So it's been a week now. I'm currently listening to "One Week" in honor of being in France for a week. So today has been another lazy day. I woke up at 10:30. It was wonderful that there wasn't construction early this morning. I LOVE Sundays. Weekends are really relaxing and I love it. I feel like I won't be able to be this lazy once classes start, but I still have a couple weeks until then.
I think today Ruby and ...