Hotel du Lac de Madine
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... away? Happy and content but glad to be heading back. This has been quite an experience for us. Living in a box for two months is interesting. We survived with a smile. I'm so grateful to Clive for indulging me in this idea to roam without deadlines. He would happily have come home after a month. He wasn't enjoying the fizzy bottled beer and when the weather was unkind (and it was at times) he got pretty fed up chasing the sun. He's also missed his garden, and his ...
... and I felt we were in a scene of a horror film - we could not see the tall buildings stretching unto the skies, nor the people quickly walking in front of us. Suddenly we were all like shadows hiding in the dark.
The older gentleman went inside a building clearly marked "personnel only" (or that's what we thought it said), and then we were on our own. I think we came in the back of the hospital, because all we were seeing were loading docks and nurses taking smoke breaks. ...
... may seem silly but just because its cold where you are going doesn’t mean it’s going to snow. I would have been better off with a rain boot or waterproof shoe that is also good for walking across town.
Also bring a camera! Iphones are great in a pinch but you can tell the difference in quality between a camera and any apple product. I know I will be so grateful I took my camera around when it comes time to print things!
Until next ...
... for the start of the semester, but some students were a bit too boisterous. Finn and Winni even said that since they were teaching in the "Scandinavian way," they were alright with us stepping out to have a conversation, especially if it meant not distracting the rest of the class. Finn also offered a cup of coffee for us to chat if we were falling asleep..
... I bought toilet paper, cleaning supplies, and soup.
The walk from Pythagore to the center of town is about 15 or 20 minutes, but we were all carrying HUGE bags worth of merchandise, so we took the bus back to our apartments. Lina, Harlea and I planned to meet up for dinner at 7pm, so when we returned to our apartments, we started unpacking and cleaning. We don't have cell phones yet, and wifi is not free, so we basically are cut from many forms of ...