L'Auberge de Flirey
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A wonderful sleep and down to breakfast, joined by the other guests. One German couple and another couple from the Netherlands. A lovely big dining area with a huge table. Tasted some of the local Mirabelle juice. Mirabelles are a small plum and this area is famous for their Mirabelle products. On the road to Le Quesnoy with the first stop at a huge battlefield. The ...
... in her file - it was the second doctor's evaluation. Surprisingly, I understood what the officer worker was telling me, and I translated easily, however, i struggled a bit to talk back to the office worker. But Lina eventually came in, I helped the girl (who was from Texas!) and I practiced my French! As a token of gratitude, the office worker took my file and then stamped my student visa and with that, my OFII procedure and government paperwork was now complete!!
... but why don't people tell me things! Seriously, I wonder about the people in this country. So now I have to write a letter with my bank account stuff and I don't even have that information here with me in this country. There isn't even that much money in it. Also, I was supposed to get 50 euros for free from opening an account there and that never happened. I have started packing up my stuff. It's making me really upset. I can't believe that I'm going to ...
Well I stayed up until like 2am trying to study up and get ready for my exam. I woke up at 7am and it was still dark out. It was still dark out and it was awful. I was not ready to go take an exam when it's still dark out. I'm not okay with that. I want to just be back into my bed.
Well that exam was alright. There were people who came in late for an exam, like who does that? One girl showed up when I was done with my exam. My professor was not very happy and ...
... all craving hearty milk with chocolate, as Jean had served us every morning while in Paris.
I grabbed a plate, a cup and a bowl and headed over to check out. Harlea went first, then Lina, and then I followed. The cashier marked the items so quickly, that I learned we have to ask for the bags before she's done registering everything, so we have time to bag our items, pay, and leave. We held up the line quite a bit... but at least we got groceries!!