Travel Blogs from Luneville
... was pretty huge, but we were only allowed access to certain areas. The most impressive part of the house was the grand garden entrance.
Ironically, just leaving the gates of the château we came across a French army recruitment event and a not so grand flea market. We had our fun however, picking up random knick-knacks and giant sour punch straw candies.
... agency) in order to pay our February rent. Apparently, when I sent my wire for my first month's rent, my housing deposit and office fees for a total of 926 Euros, the agency only received 888 Euros due to fees charged by their bank. I was a bit confused because Lina wired the same money and I am being charged about 15 Euros more for the same amount of money. Since my rent came out to about $600, I handed copies of my documents and payments to the housing agent and asked if he could ...
... go to Strasburg, we are rounding up friends to go and think it will be about 10 of us! We are going to spend this week getting our train tickets (hopefully we can get a group rate and have it cost less than 20 euros each), researching the sites, and a place to stay! We have been using www.studentuniverse.com, the SNCF train site and www.airbnb.com to find the best deals! We are also looking into a big trip the first week of April, hopefully Greece! ...
... by hand, hung them, but doing laundry in a different country is just plain tough. Technology is not my forte.
On Tuesday we had the similar schedule as Monday, however, from 5:30pm-7pm we have French language courses. We had an evaluation and I ended up being placed on an intermediate level class... we'll see how that goes! At least I'm making new friends and practicing my French!
On Wednesday (today), we had the same schedule as Tuesday (our ...
... We stopped at a little kiosk and bought a panini and a drink for 5 Euros. The paninis here aren't like the ones back home - they're on French bread and taste magical; we got such a good deal!! Then we headed again to Monoprix and bought candles and hangers. We also visited a coffee/tea shop and got tea for us to drink! Lina's mother recommended for us to have plenty of tea and soup handy as temperatures will continue to drop and having a warm drink is always a ...
Other places to stay in Luneville
Rn4 Lieu Dit Chaufontaine, Luneville | 3 star hotelfrom $60
2 rue de l'Ecosseuse, Luneville | Hotelfrom $86
5 Quai Des Petits Bosquets, Luneville | Hotelfrom $102
Adomenil - Rehainviller, Luneville | 3 star hotelfrom $264