- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... More to come on the whole multilingual thing....
February 4, 2014
This morning we set out bright and early before our class to Arianne to pay for our rent, turn in a letter stating when we are ending our lease (mandatory by law to give at least three months notice) and to get a form signed. Everyone at the office was so nice and they are also very relaxed in regard to payment. They didn't want to take any coins so they told us to wait until ...
... au revoir!" and the whole deal, it truly does happen! Customer service at its best!!
I had missed the scent of "Earth" that embodies the fruits and veggies. In Honduras, people negotiate for prices on the fruits, vegetables and meat... don't worry, I didn't try to negotiate for prices, but I learned how to work the "kilogram ordering system," as I call it. When I was purchasing dates, I just kindly motioned to the sales person to add an additional branch or so, ...
January 13, 2014
So today was the first day of school, woooo. I got up and ate some special K with berries cereal and some strange milk. They don't have Starbucks or really any coffee to-go so our 10am class was a struggle but we all made it! The university is literally one building about a 5 minute walk from the residence hall so its not too bad. The building is just of classrooms and the cafeteria is its own building. School is so different in Europe its ...
... do. I mean, I don't have any choice but to checkout on Friday, but then I don't know where to stay. Why must things be so complicated?
So this morning I decided to make trail mix. So I went to the store and got peanuts, cashews, pretzels, and m&m's. Sadly, the only type of m&m's that exist in this country and peanut ones. Either way, I went to the store and got everything I needed to make my ...
... new apartment. However, I did eat incredibly well today. I had a sandwich called La Routier, the truck driver, full of steak and delicious cheeses that I can't pronounce whatsoever. Later in the night, we visited Le Capri in downtown Nancy. Every bite of my seafood penne was savored and I topped the night off with nice cold beer. Best part is that I didn't have to whip out a ...