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On this second trip to Metz, I was tagging along for my boyfriend's math conference. We were based at the Hotel Metropole, conveniently across the street from the train station. By night, I joined the conference social events. By day, I explored the city streets and watched BBC television.
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... and she was easier to understand. Also, it was making tables and charts, which is just simple and doing percentages. I can handle that. I wish I could just take this class and not the general economy. I can't, so I'm not taking either! I think I'm going to take Spanish instead, not like that's helpful in anyway to my major, but hey, it's what I want to do.
I came back to Boudonville to buy some "jettons" so I could do my wash, only to ...
... poor Ruby, she hasn't stayed in her room in like 3 nights. There was so much water in the hall yesterday. Finally they are doing something, but Ruby can't move until probably tomorrow. The people here are so unhelpful and rude. One of the old ladies from the desk keeps talking about the English girl. Like easy there you old cranky lady, maybe you should have fixed her pipes instead of screwing up the pipes even more. I am so lucky ...
... study like they do in France. So in other words, I have no idea what I'm going to do about classes. I'm going to have to figure it out tomorrow morning. Let's hope that I can. The thing is, no one really knows anything about how the classes work here. So I mean, at least I'm not alone.
I have also discovered that the person above me likes to wear heels and move their furniture around, a lot. It's kind of obnoxious, like please take off your heels once in ...
... Metz has a lot of German influence in it's architecture, which was really interesting to see.
Then we had free time. We decided to go and sit at a pub. The waitress was extremely rude. She didn't get much of a tip from us. Then we bought a cake and found our way back to the meeting place. The cake was really good! It was like a mousse with a little crunch in it.
We got back to Nancy around 6pm. There was a soup ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
We loved the convenience being directly across from the train station. That's always a treat after a long train ride. The receptionist spoke French, English and German. The room and bathroom were clean and spacious. Wifi worked well. We did not have the breakfast (extra cost), so cannot comment.
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