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... Then there have been the not so fun events, like writing paper after paper and presenting one project after another. Somehow, I managed to study and take 6 final exams last week too.
But all good things must come to an end. I've said goodbye to some really great friends and a place I've learned to call home. I'm not ...
... SEVERAL times. Guests had assigned tables with place cards...we felt discriminated against because we never got to sit at one of the "window" tables. :-) There weren't many people there the first couple days so we saw the same people each day. All were European, but we all greeted ("bonjour, bonjour") one another as each entered the dining room.
All the guests seemed to be there to enjoy the outdoors, and after breakfast people scattered.
... the museum of fine arts, as well as a statue of Stanislas Leszcynski, an exiled king of Poland who later became the Duke of Lorraine in 1737. (The square was built to honor his son in law, Louis the XIV)
After taking lots of pictures and being total tourists, Harlea, Alexis and I explored past city hall and discovered Place de la Carriere, which was built in the middle of the 16th century when the medieval fortifications of the city were moved back. ...
... in general. I don't have any way to do it, so what's the point in caring? I see none!
So trying to find lunch was the most difficult thing to do on campus today. I went to the first little cafe to find a sandwich and they were out of vegetarian friendly options and so I went to the other cafe and the person right in front of me bought the LAST vegetarian sandwich. LIKE RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME. I was not a happy camper. I went to the store and bought ...
... difference between here and home.
Tonight we celebrated being done with the gang, well those of us who are left. We went to Les Artistes and we made it there for happy hour, which is actually 3 hours long. Usually we don't get there until really late or something. Either way, I got more mojitos to drink. It's my new choice of drink. I feel so cultured. Zak and I joke about it because that's not a normal college student drink. I'm just so fancy.
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