Hotel Restaurant L'Eden
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... French do not use the same keyboard on the computer as we do. I guess I should have known this but I never really thought about it! I have started to check out everyone else's computers that come in a variety of languages. I also learned how to change the language on my microsoft word while compiling our report for negotiation. Basically everyone else is multi-lingual so it is common for them to switch the languages, they were confused why I didn't know how to ...
... thought I had purchased enough. And when Lina, Alexis and I were purchasing our oranges we noticed that the best oranges are imported from FLORIDA!! I had an image of freshly squeezed orange juice just run through my mind... so delicious.
I think why I'm so excited is that for the past month all I've been eating is bread, milk and pasta. Oh, and nutella. I haven't had meat or fruit - I only purchased one bag of clementines before they were out of season at ...
January 13, 2014
So today was the first day of school, woooo. I got up and ate some special K with berries cereal and some strange milk. They don't have Starbucks or really any coffee to-go so our 10am class was a struggle but we all made it! The university is literally one building about a 5 minute walk from the residence hall so its not too bad. The building is just of classrooms and the cafeteria is its own building. School is so different in Europe its ...
... do. I mean, I don't have any choice but to checkout on Friday, but then I don't know where to stay. Why must things be so complicated?
So this morning I decided to make trail mix. So I went to the store and got peanuts, cashews, pretzels, and m&m's. Sadly, the only type of m&m's that exist in this country and peanut ones. Either way, I went to the store and got everything I needed to make my ...
... new apartment. However, I did eat incredibly well today. I had a sandwich called La Routier, the truck driver, full of steak and delicious cheeses that I can't pronounce whatsoever. Later in the night, we visited Le Capri in downtown Nancy. Every bite of my seafood penne was savored and I topped the night off with nice cold beer. Best part is that I didn't have to whip out a ...