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Since we had the day off for school, the gang decided to day trip out somewhere in the Lorraine region. After hearing about the many châteaux in France, it's probably about time we saw what all the hype was about.
To keep it short and sweet, the town was pretty dead besides the château. But for a place that burned down several times, this grand home sure was beautiful! ...
... and headed to French class.
January 29, 2014
Today in knowledge management we are learning the importance of saying “I don’t know”. The professor explained you may be in expert in some things, but not everyone is an expert in all things, and when you do not know you need to say, “I don’t know”! Its an different concept that I am actually enjoying. We watch different debate videos or conspiracy theories and ...
... but why don't people tell me things! Seriously, I wonder about the people in this country. So now I have to write a letter with my bank account stuff and I don't even have that information here with me in this country. There isn't even that much money in it. Also, I was supposed to get 50 euros for free from opening an account there and that never happened. I have started packing up my stuff. It's making me really upset. I can't believe that I'm going to ...
... too. It is nice that so many of them are also in relationships and we can all talk about our significant others without being annoying. I am excited to become friends with everyone and even branch out to the other foreign students who are probably just as scared as I am. Right now our conversations consist of getting to know each other and the town, and where we want to travel too. I am eager to see where this semester takes us all, as we all are on this crazy journey together! ...
... to be done and told us that we had an appointment with the bank, BNP Paribas at 3pm in order to open our bank accounts. Thomas, another student from UCF has been here since September (he's studying abroad for a full year), took us to the grocery store, Carrefour, since we had no groceries at all. We didn't know that we had to purchase bags, so he gave us a few that we could use.
Grocery shopping in France is absolutely an adventure. We recognized no brands ...