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Nancy Friday the 26th September.
Breakfast was particularly boring - probably the worst so far.
We walked to the Place Stanislas for coffee and to our delight their was a full blown display in the square called the "Ephemeral Garden display" which has been held each year from 2003, and celebrates the 150 year relationship between …
Nancy September 25th - Thursday.
We walked through the narrow streets of the medieval quarter of the old city of Nancy.
Nancy was still the capital of the powerful duchy of Lorraine when in 1725 Louis XV married the daughter of Stanislas Leszczynski, king of Poland.
In order to absorb the duchy into his kingdom, Louis …
Wednesday September 24th.
A beautiful morning greeted us.
We packed then after breakfast went into town to buy our lunch supplies, had coffee and then departed for Nancy.
This would entail us driving across the Vosges mountains through a pass called Col de la Schlucht.
We started out for St. Die and about 5 km out of Kaysersberg we …
... and she was easier to understand. Also, it was making tables and charts, which is just simple and doing percentages. I can handle that. I wish I could just take this class and not the general economy. I can't, so I'm not taking either! I think I'm going to take Spanish instead, not like that's helpful in anyway to my major, but hey, it's what I want to do.
I came back to Boudonville to buy some "jettons" so I could do my wash, only to ...
... haven't had any problems with my room. This is just ridiculous. That poor girl. I don't know how she hasn't gone completely crazy yet. Hopefully they will get everything sorted out soon.
Well I found out that laundry is like 3 euros a load. That's expensive laundry! I don't know if that's for wash and dry or just washing. Either way, that's ridiculous. I'm only going to do laundry when I have to and unfortunately I have ...