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... last!) to bring the blog up to date, apart from the long delayed photos that is. Trust us, they are worth waiting for! Then out for a final, and very enjoyable, dinner in Paris out "our" restaurant. We do seem to have a knack for finding good, cheap local restaurants! Tomorrow we have to be up around 600 am to get to the station and check in for our 0723 Eurostar train to London via the Channel tunnel. We're looking forward to ...
Today was a long day because I had 2 classes unlike tomorrow when there are no classes due to the fact that they were cancelled! I found that out during the afternoon while in class because everyone was getting excited. This morning I started my day by waking up early to meet Tamara (this German girl in my program) at her apartment because she was giving me a ride to class. Classes today are in Artem, ...
... because it’s hard to run in a city when there’s so much crossing and cars. The park is really beautiful, but I do miss Colt State Park back home with the water, but Pépinière has a small "zoo" with monkeys, donkeys and deer. (I thought that was kind of cool except I feel bad because it’s so small for the animals). I guess the only thing close to the ocean at Pépinière is the huge water fountain in the middle of the park, but it’s ...
... to get up at 5am.
Thursday the 28th was a very stressful day because I didn’t know that would be the last time I would get WIFI for a while. (I know I sound so spoiled, but you don’t know how it is to be cut off). Ellie left before I did to Paris and I got up later around 8am and went to grab breakfast and check out. It was so weird not having Ellie around because she was usually there. When I finished eating I grabbed ...
... get at an IHOP in America. We did eat those however for desert! The sweet crepes either had nutella, caramel, or some kind of fruit jam in it. Overall a really scrumptious and traditional French meal. We made some new friends despite the language barrier, and I even managed to find myself a date to the ICN formal ;)
But really, I should get some shut eye because tomorrow I travel to Morzine to ski in the Alps!!!
Au revoir! <3