Hotel de l'Europe
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Toul
... and ate a snack bar but that was it so I was starving ready for dinner. Seven of us headed out to find food, they have all been here for at least a few days some over a week so they already, so they weren’t looking for their first French meal! Since I am the worst out of everyone when it comes to French I just ordered pasta because I literally did not know a single thing on the menu and I wasn’t ready to be adventurous since I was famished and jet ...
... to an English/American school. Apparently those exist in Europe, where they teach in English. That's neat! I wish I could have gone to a French school in the States.
Now that I've gotten some food into my system, I can be productive. I decided to do some laundry to start of my productiveness. Now I'm off to start being productive with my homework. Well let's hope so at least. I got my orange juice by my side and I'm ready! ...
... not the one that I need. Why must they hate me like that?
After my failed attempt at getting books from the library, I went to get my social security. I've only been in France for a month without it, no big deal. Good thing I got it today because it starts on the beginning of the month. So if I would have gone to get it tomorrow, I would have had to wait until November to have it start, and then it would be just pointless to have. ...
... honey/lemon taste to it. It is supposed to be good for a sore throat. It reminds me of this similar hard fruity candy that my Intro to Foreign Languages teacher back in Middle School made for us. She was from France as well. Back then, I would've never imagined that I would one day live in France. Makes me wish I took a few more french courses.
Better late than never,
Time to start learning French!
9th August 2013
We left Toul after a comfortable night in the marina and followed a young Dutch couple who were heading for home via the Rhine. He said it would take 2 x 9 hour days (that is travelling a lot faster than us).
We made our way through some beautiful countryside on the Moselle and once on the Canal de Vosges we caught up with an English narrow boat from Leicestershire and they know some people we do from Bakanalia. What ...