Hotel Les Portes D'Or
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... though I was in the back the professor still had me yelling from the back of the room (I guess my voice is loud enough that I don’t need a mic LOL).
Anyways, class was okay we just reviewed questions that are similar to those on the final exam which was good because it gave us a good idea of what to expect. I had to leave class early though because I needed to go to the bank because my pin code wasn’t working ...
... got to the ceremony at a good time (basically all the speeches were done) and everyone was socializing and drinking champagne. I found my godmother, Laura, and I hung out with her for a while and took pictures with her and Alejandro since we have the same godmother. She’s really nice and friendly and we have a lot in common. I also saw my other godmother, Lyriane, too and I got to chat with her for a while since I ...
... issue with everyone's country. The group also made me project manager because I'm from the US, so I speak English well (not fair because Ellie speaks English too, but it's alright). HAHA.
After meeting with our group our professor talked about a bunch of aspects (technological, political, social, legal, etc) and asked the class to give their input since we have students from China, the US, France, Korea, Mexico, ...
Where heading for Nancy today (where the Nancy boys came from Allo Allo!!) about 175 Miles. We could take the motorway for speed but decide to take the back roads for views. The flatness soon turns to rolling hills, we could be England! Especially as it is raining! After lunch we stop In a very large forest to walk Logan. The forest took us about 1 hour to drive through. Every ...
... get at an IHOP in America. We did eat those however for desert! The sweet crepes either had nutella, caramel, or some kind of fruit jam in it. Overall a really scrumptious and traditional French meal. We made some new friends despite the language barrier, and I even managed to find myself a date to the ICN formal ;)
But really, I should get some shut eye because tomorrow I travel to Morzine to ski in the Alps!!!
Au revoir! <3