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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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Oh and I almost forgot to mention, today was Claire’s birthday. She wouldn’t shut up all week about it, so it’s hard not to forget LOL. For her birthday a bunch of people just went to Le Floor. It was a lot of fun. It’s funny because I thought she was turning 21 or 22 because she looks so much older, but she was turning 20! Haha. Just for laughs I got her ...
... me miss the fried green tea icecream from Jackie’s Galaxy back home. When we finished eating Alejandro left to go meet a friend and Laura and I walked back to my apartment so I could change because we were meeting people at the bar.
The bar was actually really fun because they were playing new music for a change and nothing old like other places. After the bar everyone was going to the club, Le ...
... so I went with Antonio, Denisse, Caro and Mariela to Auchan (this huge supermarket). It took us a while to find the way, but we finally figured out the bus system (well kind of… we don’t really know how the tickets work), but we managed.
Auchan was this huge supermarket and I like it better than Monoprix, but it is farther away. It kind of reminded me of a super Walmart because there was a ...
... kids got kebabs with fries in them and those were the large ones, they were crazy! Afterwards we all hung out at Julien’s place with the other students until 11:30pm I think (I forgot it was a while). Emily drove Ellie and I to Pythagore with Alexander and Julien and they showed us ICN on the way. I don’t know how they can drive standard, but it looks so hard! Julien checked me into my room and helped inspect it and then I was able to ...
... plenty of time. We were so exhausted, that we sat at a nearby Starbucks and caught our breaths. I bought a croissant and a bottle of water since we hadn't had breakfast. The TGV is divided in different cars; Harlea was in car 13, Lina was in 15 and I was in 17. I wasn't too fond of being separated, but we had to follow what our tickets dictated!
We each said goodbye to one another, and then I walked alone to my assigned car. I asked the conductor where I could ...