Hotel de Guise
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... the other problem with Nancy: after two o'clock nowhere serves lunch. Nowhere! We could not believe it, but it is true. We checked restaurants and cafes for 45 minutes - even the Irish bar God save us - but no luck. Eventually we decided to cut our losses and get an earlier train back. The timetable showed one at 1517, but (for some reason unexplained by the staff) this was not running, and we had to settle for the ...
... we thought it would be.
Jean served us coffee (I preferred hot chocolate) and we hurriedly walked from the 18th ward to the station. This time around, it wasn't too difficult to carry all our suitcases down the road, although at one point a giant truck full of beef and pork was being unloaded in front of a butcher shop and we couldn't get around it.
The first day we arrived, we looked for escalators since it was easy to take our bags on it. This ...
... 10 is still decent. I got a 5, which sucks, but that lady isn't mean and no one likes her. I did better on my Spanish exam though. Sadly I can't write that I'm American in Spanish to save my life. I can't say I'm American because that could mean I'm from anywhere in North America so I have to say, what I would translate it to be is, a United Statesian. That's hard to write. I messed that up a bit.
After Spanish I went back ...
... is skill.
I got another baguette today so I could eat my cheese for lunch. I got it from the bakery so it tastes better than the one I got from the gas station the other day, even though that one was warm when I bought it. So that was a delicious lunch.
Then it was class time at 2pm. Ugh, class is just so difficult. It's so exhausting to pay attention all day. Then I had translation at 5pm. It was pretty difficult. We had ...
... but good. I don't know if I would see it again, it just made me a little sad.
After the movie we went to a bar that played rock music. It was very relaxing. The last song played was "Twist and Shout" and we all danced and sang. It wasn't a bar where you dance or anything, but we did. I think Chloe would be proud. It reminded me of her and the night that Chloe, Erin, and I sang it for Brian and Denise's wedding reception.