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Another travel day. Tonight we sleep in Huningue, France as we wait for our flight back to Lisbon, Portugal before heading home. After an easy and stress-free train trip from Linthal to Basel, Switzerland, we find ourselves in the middle of an industrial village in France along the Rhine River, overlooking Germany. Not much happening here, so at 5:30pm, after a stroll through town, over the Rhine to Germany and back again, we are lounging in the ...
... made walking around in business formal attire rather annoying and uncomfortable; however, despite that, the city was quite beautiful. Before we visited the Parliament, we had some time to explore. I had the chance to go inside the Notre Dame Cathedral, which was absolutely amazing. I am really glad I got the opportunity to go in because I had the chance to light a candle for my Aunt Ang, who I got news had passed away the night before. ...
This week marked my first full week of actual classes. After the hustle and bustle of orientation, getting familiar with the city, and traveling on our first field study trip, I was actually kinda happy to start classes and finally establish a daily schedule.
My class schedule is a little different than I originally hoped it would be, but overall I think I'll enjoy all of the classes. I have no classes on Wednesdays (similar to almost everyone in ...
... to see much, but I was able to get some exercise, see more of the city, and find a beautiful beer garden that I am sure I will take advantage of in the spring.
I am getting ready to leave for my first trip to Berlin and Prague tomorrow!! After stressing about what to pack for this simple 6 day trip, I am hoping by the end of my time here I'll learn to be a more efficient packer.
Here's to getting 2 more stamps on my passport!!
... like it went through vineyards. Eventually I pass about a blocks' worth of vineyards at the end of Ingersheim. So pretty! Then I run out of signs, eventually find them again, cycle through sleepy city streets, and eventually pass a sign telling me I'm in Turckheim. Hmmm. So not a cycle through the vines, then. I cycle around Turckheim looking for a sign about wine tasting or the city centre. The houses are beautiful and I'm at the foot of a hill covered in vineyards. Eventually ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed