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.
... make our assumptions about the situation at hand but in the end we all end up say we just don’t know and aren’t sure. Being president I had already begun learning this but its nice to know someone else appreciates the fact that we can’t know everything and that is perfectly okay.
January 30, 2014
Happy Chinese New Year (almost)! Its really interesting that a lot of people are talking about the new year here. I am not sure if it ...
... soon. Like, **** it's almost over. I'm currently trying to get rid a bunch of things that I don't need to take home, but currently I don't know if I have enough room in my suitcases. This will be interesting. I should start playing more tetris and get ready to do some intense packing. I half packed and decided to gout for drink, which turned into getting home at 3am. I should realize by now that getting a drink really means being out late and getting a little ...
Well I stayed up until like 2am trying to study up and get ready for my exam. I woke up at 7am and it was still dark out. It was still dark out and it was awful. I was not ready to go take an exam when it's still dark out. I'm not okay with that. I want to just be back into my bed.
Well that exam was alright. There were people who came in late for an exam, like who does that? One girl showed up when I was done with my exam. My professor was not very happy and ...
... It was so hilarious trying to find the ham we like, the cheese, the yogurt, the soups, and so many other things. In France, milk is not sold refrigerated, and we spent a few couple of minutes looking for the milk in the refrigerated section. I found a large container that appeared to be milk, but it turned out to be plain, liquid yogurt. When I found the large bottles of water, that's when I ran into the milk, "lait." I laughed at myself and quickly told Lina and Harlea, as ...
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