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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! ...
... We were called individually into the consultation rooms and went through the procedure. We were weighed and asked family health questions. Since our visas are short term, we did not have to get any vaccines or return for further examination. The nurse then took us to the radiology center (where we had first arrived and told that there were no OFII inspections scheduled for the day), and as the nurse took my paper, she took me to a room, told me to take off my clothes and go into ...
January 15, 2014
Class was nothing eventful today but after French we all went out to the cafeteria for dinner and to the pub near our house for a drink. It was fun trying to decipher the types of drinks; I went behind the bar and picked out the vodka I wanted and the bartender made me a concoction since I didn't want beer and couldn’t say anything else! It was a local hangout with pool, and darts; the owner even made us some ...
... 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Class let out early and since we are so close to our apartment, all the girls came to my room and we had lunch together (we had leftovers from last night). We had stopped by Globe and Co's office and we picked up kitchen utensils, hangers, a coffee machine (which I'm trying to figure out if it still works), pots and pans, and even spices! The next session of our class was three hours long so we went to the ...
... in France, so we faced that unexpected 50 Euro expense, along with social security fees for the country. Joel, Roxanne and Paige are three other UCF students part of our exchange, so we finally got to meet up with them! Thomas (there are two Thomas's from UCF, this is the second one), was supposed to arrive on Friday, but his flight from Philadelphia was cancelled and he was flown back to South Florida. It's amazing to all of us that it's been colder in the States than ...