Travel Blogs from Luneville
... wear and tear on the tyres, tubes, chain etc. back to reality. Nancy is a large busy city of over 400,000 people. Signs of first settlement date back to about 800B.C. with a fort being built in 1050. It seems that the occupants of today derive their pleasure from shopping. There are plenty of shops in an extensive mall network, where only trams, buses and people can go, where the people can satisfy their addiction. Alas, with only ...
My time since the last entry, and the last couple of days have been pretty bittersweet to say the least.
I've enjoyed a few more parties like the Rio de Globe and Co. We had a great time at the Spanish Potluck dinner here in Pythagore, and celebrating my Irish friends Amy and Al's birthday was a ...
... such decision would present a stricter financial struggle, since I pay for my own education and living expenses. But, I knew I was meant to study in France, and now here I am! I'm living modestly - only buying the necessary things, whether it means using my suitcase as a dirty laundry hamper, folding my clothes instead of buying hangers to hang them, and using shelves to store my socks and underwear. I've used a home remedy of ginger and lemon tea sweetened with honey to ...
... potatoes, reblochon cheese, bacon, jam and onions, and for dessert a crepe with chocolate, vanilla ice cream and a delicious cream I cannot remember the name of. For not knowing what I was ordering, I think I did well.
After our little dinner adventure, we just walked back home. There is a huge arch in the center of Nancy, it's called Porte Desilles, which is a monument dedicated to the battle of Yorktown in the late 1800s. Its the monument all ...
I love being able to sleep in and not have to do anything. I am just in such a good mood from hanging out with my friends so much lately. They are wonderful and I'm going to be so sad when I have to go home. Since I was in such a good mood, I've been just singing in my room and then I sang in the shower, quietly I hope. It's not like there are actually that many people still here. I heard someone take a shower this morning, so I know that there's ...
Other places to stay in Luneville
RN4/ Lieu Dit Chaufontaine, Luneville | 3 star hotelfrom $60
Echangeur Luneville ZI, Luneville | Hotelfrom $86
5 Quai Des Petits Bosquets, Luneville | Hotelfrom $102
Rehainviller, Luneville | 3 star hotelfrom $264