Le Relais Vosgien
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Relais Vosgien Saint-Pierremont
Travel Blogs from Saint-Pierremont
... I walked with Emily and Ellie to Emily’s house and it wasn’t that difficult to find since she lives near Yugo. We got there and everyone was there and it was also the Italian girl, Benedetta’s, birthday. Basically, everyone danced the whole time and to the music different people put on the computer. Afterward’s we walked to the club from Emily’s house which was a 10 ...
... to navigate my money! It’s a gloomy day and has been raining off and on so I decided to grab a croissant, only 1 euro and so tasty, on my way home and I am going to spend the afternoon getting fully unpacked, practicing the language, researching the town and probably going to sleep early… I think change has hit me like a ton of bricks and the weather makes me want to stay in bed. I ended up going out and around with Amy and Harlea. We went to the ...
... we thought it would be.
Jean served us coffee (I preferred hot chocolate) and we hurriedly walked from the 18th ward to the station. This time around, it wasn't too difficult to carry all our suitcases down the road, although at one point a giant truck full of beef and pork was being unloaded in front of a butcher shop and we couldn't get around it.
The first day we arrived, we looked for escalators since it was easy to take our bags on it. This ...
... the same time. It's just frustrating because sometimes they clean the bathrooms at like 9am and then the next day they are cleaning them at like 1pm. GET YOURSELF ON A SCHEDULE. All I can say is, Bienvenue en France. When all else fails, I just say welcome to France. It works for almost all situations. On the plus side though, because I waited I got to use a clean toilet and a clean shower. Oh the perks of being patient!
Now that I'm all ...
... this one! I'm not going to press my luck anytime soon, because let's face it, I'm quite an unlucky person. Good things don't last long around here. The converter started to smell a bit hot and burning. I unplugged it and it was quite hot. These are some of the most sketchy outlets I have ever dealt with. How many converters can I go through in a semester? And now my laptop won't charge. Electronics and I are not friends. This is going to be a rough second half of the semester.