Hotel Saint Andre
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... have already dipped into the wine) before crashing. We have a full day of Orientation and then a scavenger hunt tomorrow, so we are starting right into the hustle and bustle.
It's weird to be here. And weird to think about how this is where I'll be for the next four months. But I'm sure as classes start and I start finding a routine, it will all start to feel quite normal. I just hope I get a little bit better at French...
... it should look new. We have lunch, but don't sit down for it. Usually finish about 11pm.
Monday we run about getting people into gear, lessons, and what ever else is required and try to sneak in a pizza for lunch in the village.
Tuesday is 'normal' and Wednesday is our day off. We get a sleep in and its turning into Date Night. Although I'm getting better at coming home with my date (and sober) fatigue usually means its otherwise uneventful.
The rest of the ...
... rusty, especially with my listening/comprehension skills - everyone speaks so quickly! - but I've been able to make myself understood all day, at grocery stores and patisseries and train stations alike. I'm looking forward to improving, and especially to my ears catching up with my mouth.
Tomorrow begins orientation, so I'll be visiting the campus (about thirty minutes away from the dorms, just outside the city) for the first time ...
... deciding to ride to a giant industrial airfield had been turned into a park. After the first five minutes of riding out of Kreuzberg, I really started to look at the city. The architecture was no longer grey in the sunlight, it was beautiful. I was able to see rivers, monuments, and parks, none of which I knew were there. A complete 180 from two days before.
We arrived to this massive airfield, not being able to see fully across it. There were people everywhere ...
... at the UN is truly inspiring. I cannot imagine how it really works in practice, but definitely principles worth striving for. I would love to work for such a place - but that is for later. Now that I have inspiration, I need motivation in the form of chocolate. Two days coming up taking the Rhone Route to Lyon where I can watch the end of a stage of the Tour de France and the following day travel 25KM and watch the start of the next ...