L'Auberge de Flirey
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... their van. We re screwed our window in place and yes it's damaged along its edge but it's still functioning. They will have a huge bill for their side panel which was taken down to bare metal for two feet. I hope they have learnt their lesson. Elvis survives hopefully! Our last evening in France is spent chilling by the canal, we can't wash up as we've run out of fairy liquid. Shame! Besides its Football on next. France V Germany. Women's World Cup. How do we feel after ...
Our appointments were scheduled for 9:15am and the convocation clearly stated that if we missed our appointments our visas could be revoked... Hence why we left our apartments nearly two hours before our appointment - missing our appointments was not a risk we wanted to take. (Leif, Joel and Alinnette had gone to Paris for the weekend and apparently arrived in Nancy at 2am on Monday morning so they were nowhere to be found in the morning as Lina and I were preparing ...
... and fits inside my purse with ease. Don’t bother bringing any American hair tools, they say they are compatible worldwide but it’s a lie! Invest in European ones they are relatively inexpensive and get the job done more effectively. If you are studying abroad bring cold medicine! Literally everyone has a running nose and just wants "normal" medicine. I think it is from being in such close proximity paired with the cold weather. Thankfully ...
... classes this semester... but that translates into my international business minor at UCF. Worth it, right?!
Since we hadn't walked to school before, we all agreed to meet at 9:30am in the lobby of our apartments and walk together. It was like being back in elementary school; we would walk on a narrow street and we would huddle together into a single file line. It helped though; the temperature was in the low 30s, so we appreciated the shared warmth. This week ...
It's Black Friday in France. But not just 1 day called "Black Friday," - two or three weeks worth of sales in EVERY store in the country. SO AMAZING, especially for all us international students moving in.
After Harlea, Lina and I went grocery shopping, we met up with Globe and Co to go to our bank appointment. We were at BNP Paribas for about two hours, since we all had to open bank accounts and we had so many questions to ask. Apparently, renter's insurance ...