Premiere Classe Metz Sud - Jouy-Aux-Arches
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We spent the day exploring Metz. It's not a very big city and only has about 120,000 residents, but as usual we managed to get lost. Still, it was a good way to see a lot of the city. We attempted a self-guided walking tour aided with the map provided by the tourist center and our not-so-trustworthy sidekick Henri. First stop: Temple Neuf. I have no idea what this church is, but it is not open to the public, so we took a few photos and continued on our way. Next top was the ...
... fast. Christine and Vince taught me Katelyn and this new girl I bet Bergan to play a game called Mow. It was extremely confusing but I eventually got it. Although it's one of those games that you get sick of it after a while. I also got to see Vince during the layover. It was so nice to see him after 3 months. Not only that but I got to catch up with all my friends from school and even meet a couple of new friends. I think most of the Luxembourg ...
... your battles. Watch the ground to avoid stepping in dog poop, or watch the buildings and streets so you know where the heck you are! Some days are quite the struggle!
February 1, 2014
Rain! Rain! Rain! All it did today was rain! We still managed to make it to the Chinese New Year festival, unfortunately there was no event schedule so we missed the dragon parade, it did not help that it was raining the rest of the afternoon was TDA. We did manage ...
... and my flight for China leaves a few hours later. Instead of unpacking from my last trip, doing laundry, and packing for my next adventure- I am sitting down at my computer catching up on blogging. I mean, I guess I'm doing something good because I'm following through with my New Years Resolution of writing more, but I definitely have lots of other things to do.
However, I think it's important that you should ...
... we grabbed some sandwiches before heading back to Pythagore (our residence hall). Oh and we decided we will never blend in because we are way to large, well not as delicate, nor are we as stylish as the French, so we are embracing our American ways and pushing forward! I ended up hitting the hay around 9:30! While all the others set out to the club to enjoy the last Saturday before classes begin.
January 12, 2014
It’s Sunday so basically ...