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.
... room. I mainly knew that was what she instructed me to do because I saw the diagrams posted on the door with instructions - I had not understood anything the nurse said. This was my first radiology I've ever had done, so I felt a bit uncomfortable walking into the room with my upper body naked, especially since there was just male nurse in the room (he immediately got kicked out as soon as the nurses realized I was coming into the room to conduct a radiology). A female nurse performed ...
... snack on! I am glad to have someone with us who spoke French because I learned that the man was from Portugal! After a long day that was all we managed to do!
January 16, 2014
Today we had class at a different campus and an hour earlier at 9am so we all rolled out of bed a barely ate before heading to the lecture. Lunch could not come soon enough because the international office was having a pizza party and it was every ...
... to get sodas and snacks. We took a wrong turn from the grocery store and ended up wondering around the city for a while (the picture of the church was one of our discoveries!) Then we got to class at 2 and were there till 5. We talked about stakeholder management and watched the story behind Lego. If you haven't watched that YouTube video, do it!! It was pretty good and touched in good points of total quality management and such things. ...
... France. At least for the time being - our forecast shows that it will snow next week...
So anyway, Globe and Co took us to the center of town to go shopping for house supplies. I had to purchase a pillow, a comforter, a towel, a bath mat and other cleaning supplies. The sales are absolutely incredible! 70%, 50%, 30% off! The stores compete for customers!! It's amazing!!! We headed to the mall afterwards and entered Monoprix, which is the European equivalent ...
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