Hotel Les Portes D'Or
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... music and then left to go to Le Quai’Son near the train station. The music there was actually decent, so I was happy. The place was decked out in fake cobwebs and plastic spiders (soo cute)! A lot of people were there and we just danced. After that we all went Les Caves on Plaza Stanislas. I walked with Emily and Jessica and it was a fun walk to say the least. I didn’t stay long at Les Caves and Tamara asked if I wanted to ...
... cheap for 5 euros. The food's not that bad, it's not like Roger Williams where you have hundreds of options, but it's something. Today there was hamburger beef with veggies and fries. I was actually able to order in french! (Yayy!! My french is improving... kind of.. HAHA). Lunch was nice we got to talk about europe and compare how some things are different than back home.
At 2pm I had Intercultural Management and I was ...
One more day until I leave for Paris! I asked Emily (French Emily) a couple days ago if I could hitch a ride with her on Saturday and she said it was alright. We are leaving at 10am Saturday morning and should arrive in the early afternoon.
Meanwhile, tonight Emily is having a party at her apartment and then afterwards we are going to this party at "Le Chat Noir" (the Black Cat) for ...
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 ...
... some very decent espresso's in a cafe/betting place (lol) for some much needed caffeine.
The most interesting part of the night however was trying to get our newly bought beer and wine bottles open. We found a corkscrew from another UCF student. As for the beer, let's just say we had to get crafty. I tried everything! Doorway, porch railing, keys (I sliced my finger open SMH) and whatever stuff I could Google. Lina ended up using the keys to make the ridges ...