Ibis Nancy Centre Gare et Congres
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... due to the architecture of the buildings around it and two of its corners contain rather beautifully sculpted fountains. Well yes, they are architecturally very beautiful, as you can see (when we get the photos up that is!) but the Place, or Square in English, is so vast and otherwise featureless that the buildings seem to melt away. Very odd altogether.
When Joy came out the gallery about two pm, on a natural high, ...
... I went to buy my tickets for this concert the Lithuanian girls, Odeta and Egle, were telling me to go to with them. There was a band from Australia called “What So Not” playing and they wanted to go see them.
Later that night I walked to the girls’ apartment and on the way I met up with Autumn and Sonya, they were walking to Jessica’s and I was going to meet them later at the club. At the girls’ ...
... I had to go to the ATM to get cash because they only took cash for the ticket. Once I got to the office there was a huge line and then they announced that there were no more tickets, but I eventually got one because 3 people ended up backing out, so I was able to get a ticket for myself. I’m really excited that I’m going to Munich this weekend because it seems really fun (like the movies.. hahaha). Basically, I base everything I see off of what ...
... and headed for the metro and took the red line to the final stop at the airport. At the airport I went to the storage place to pick up my suitcase and when I got it I DID NOT put anything in it because when I left Boston it was at 22 kilos and the maximum is 23. Once I waited in the long line at Air France the lady told me that my suitcase was 25 kilos which was ridiculous. I even told her (in Portuguese) that I left the suitcase in the airport all ...
What an eventful two weeks it has been, and I can't believe I'm at day 100 now! The time has flown by, so I'm doing what I can do savor the remaining time I have left.
The first week really caught me by surprise. Our "Doing Business in European Countries" teacher threw us all curveball and gave us a "joint venture exercise" as our final exam with less than 24 hours to get it done. I didn't believe ...