Hotel Le Lafayette

Address: 24 Rue Des Clercs, Metz, Lorraine, 57000, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Metz

France = Friends, Fun & Food

A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Sep 05, 2014

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... taking in some of France, Luxembourg and Belgium. One beautiful thing about Luxembourg and Belgium is that when the church bells toll they play a whole song not just a tune.

First it came as a mere thought, a fleeting idea that perhaps French food is addictive. As the days, weeks passed the gnawing in our stomaches and the urgency in our thoughts: pate (pressed meat/terrine); fromage (cheese); pain (bread); vin rouge (red wine). How were we to escape, ...

I have the Christmas fever!

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Dec 15, 2013

... and got all clean and had a nice breakfast. It consisted of a piece of pain au lait, it's kind of like a dinner roll, some applesauce, a cup of orange juice, and a cup of coffee. After finishing that off, I found my 3 hours of Christmas music on YouTube and it's homework time. I also bought some green mint tea, which is delicious, and decided to have some of that while I did my homework. I think in my head it doesn't seem like Christmas yet because there isn't any snow on ...

I hate fire alarms

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Nov 07, 2013

... can't be that mean to us, I mean really? Like if I was taking a test in my native language I would understand taking points off for incorrect spelling and grammar.

I got done with class at 3pm instead of 4pm, which was wonderful. I didn't do anything too productive, but that's okay.

I went to bed early and it was the best thing ever. I really need to stop being sick.

Welcome to the City of Metz !

A travel blog entry by victorian67 on Oct 19, 2013

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... second most popular cultural destination in France, right after Le Louvres Museum. Not to forget the "Musée de la Cour d'Or" which célébrâtes the architectural treasures of the Medieval Metz present in the historic district all around the magnificent and imposing Saint Etienne Cathedral, offering France's largest glass surface for a Cathedral with no less than 6500m2 of fine stained glass Artworks.

From a railway station wich is ...

On October 3rd, he asked me what day it was

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl on Oct 03, 2013

... here. It had lettuce, tomato, cheese, eggs, and maybe sprouts? I don't know, but it was delicious. I was so excited to find it.

In my TD for sociology, my prof asked for our names and of course I wasn't on the list. I told him my name and he brought the paper to me so I could write my name, at least I didn't have to go up to the board this time. Then he said Sanger like it's a verb, like most French people do. Then he asked how I say ...

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