L'Auberge de Flirey
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- Pets allowed
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... We went to visit the Museum of the area, but it is closed for refurbishment. We looked around at some other bunkers and an old fort from the 1880's that is still there. By the time we were done, it has stopped raining.
Tomorrow we are going to visit the citadel in town and then head for our next stop Reims, which is where the Germans signed the document of surrender to end ...
... with the ice and the fish. They have a tan and they have a more diversified look on their face - like they're used to traveling the world and seeing people of all cultures.
The farmers are even nicer. They take such good care of their fruits and veggies and go out of their way to allow you to taste their fruit so you can see how fresh and sweet each piece is.
I spent like 13 euros on kiwis, strawberries, clementiness, groseilles and dates. I think that's around ...
So showing up at midnight clearly means it's the next day, hence the next day of my blog. Anyways, when I got there I found out there were more Americans, so naturally I had to find them. I always have to find them, in a non-creepy sort of way of course. They study in Florida and don't speak much French. I still don't understand how one can come to a country and not speak the language and yet still survive. I guess at the same time, ...
I have no desire to do anything. I didn't even want to get out of bed this morning. I have been awake for close to 2 hours now and I haven't showered yet. I don't want to shower. I just want to sit in my comfy clothes all day. I know that I should get dressed, but I just don't want to. I also know that I need to study, but again I just don't want ...
... beer open, but it required so much work for just one beer that I only had 2/12 beers. It was a sad sad sad night.
Anyway, here are some pictures of Nancy! Beautiful city, really. The pictures don't do it justice.
Sidenote: As I go on about my days and realize how much stuff I actually need, I feel that much more thankful for the things I have back at home. Yes, Europe is way more charming and cultural than the US. But damn do we have it good over there.