Le Relais Vosgien
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so we have to walk about 30 minutes to the leasing agency to pay our rent, since we do not have checks and consider it too risky to mail 400 Euros. Lina and I walked that way after class on Friday and handed in our lease termination notices. In France, it's law to give a three month's notice of when we're leaving our apartments. So although we do not have a clue as to what the next three months have in store, and if we even have to retake any exams, I am set to leave ...
... 12,14-17, and 1730-19. It was in a different room which was newer with nicer chairs so it made the day a little more enjoyable, I also found the coffee machine you only get a double shot worth but is only .40 a cup, so who can complain! At lunch I got a lot done, we ran to the grocery store where I made a new friend who asked where my very heavy accent was from haha and I also managed to make it to the international office to sign some papers so I can get my student ...
... Wednesday I dedicated to cleaning my apartment and just enjoying some "me" time. I'm still not used to the time change, and I write this as my clock hits 2am.
Wednesday evening, Thomas arrived at Nancy and I helped him get settled in. We don't have a central air system, but we have space heaters, and those are quite the adventure to figure out.
Thursday morning, I promised to take Thomas grocery shopping and showing him around the city. ...
... least. He asked who was ready for the semester to be over and I raised my hand. He was shocked. I'm just ready for the semester to be done, but not necessarily ready to go home. I just want to have a break. I am so mad that they have exams after the Christmas break. I'm not a happy person. I wish France was like La Crosse in that way, even in England, they have exams ...
... took a screen shot of were gone (they were all pictures of the puppies that mom has sent me). At least it has turned back on. Now I just need to go somewhere with free wifi so I can re-install apps and stuff without having my wifi get shut off every two minutes like I do on campus, those darn apple products.
After fixing my iPad, I had 3 hours of class. That doesn't even seem like a lot, but they are just one ...