Hotel du Lac de Madine
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... well marked out. We head off on our bikes to cycle the canal and surrounding countryside. This ride turned out to be one of the longest Clive has done, 47 miles in fact. It's also one of the best we've had taking in some really diverse countryside. The sun has come out at last. The Flora wasn't up to much as it's a farming area but the Forna was Grand! On a big scale. Giant carp and trout in the rivers and canals. Giant water rats. Giant Bulls! Giant buzzards above. ...
... for home, not too far off the motorway and has some interesting WW1 sites and attractions. Although we are not history fanatics, given my previous employment with the Royal British Legion I have an interest in Remembrance, and we have visited many such locations (Normandy and Belgium) over the years. With centenary commemorations planned all over Europe in the next few years, we though this a worthwhile detour on the itinerary. On this comparatively long transfer, ...
... and order Euros or whatever currency you will need before you travel abroad. Although ATM fees are only 3% with partner banks of Bank of America, ATM fees can truly make your balance go down (I've already paid about $50 just in fees). I brought 675 Euros with me and within the first two weeks they were gone - through school registration, moving in, food and transportation. Preparation is key!!
The soothing aspect of being a study abroad student is that you're not ...
... monoprix (I think that’s how its spelled) before they closed and snagged some wine, paper towels and laundry detergent. Since the mall is a good 15-20 minute walk we are slowing buying things we need since we have to carry it home in the cold! We were all glad to get home and hangout in our pajamas; Alex even joined us for a little! J The other girls all have better we-fee, as the French call it, connection it’s so unfair! Today made adjusting a lot better ...
... and I was lucky to have two "godmothers," Solene and Cecile.
On Monday, Cecile took me around the city. She showed me our university, our cafeteria, local shops and cool little locations. We went to Place Stanislas (pictures will be on my next post) and then she took me to my favorite place ever, Parc de la Pepiniere. This park is similar to Central Park in NYC and almost like Lake Eola in Orlando. There are grassy spots everywhere, benches and picnic ...