Mercure Metz Centre
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... Parisians and the famous. We were kicked out at closing time and decided an evening drink around the Bastille in a little French Cafe would finish our outing quite nicely.
Returning to Pascals, we were treated to his home-made rum aperitif before dinner with his friend Jacques. A great night speaking Frenglish, understanding a lot and a little, enjoying life in Paris.
Paris City Centre was a 30 minute metro ride and we breakfasted near the ...
... Tartiflette specialty cooking in its giant pan, a little tour of the Place St Louis Christmas Market will not only put you in a happy and festive mood but is also a great source of inspiration for original ideas for your Christmas meals and decorations !
I invite you to discover the many colours and smiles of the Metz Christmas Market through the following pictures taken as I was enjoying a paper horn of freshly roasted chestnuts which have become my latest craze. ..
... stop procrastinating and start working, the key word being should.
I kind of got some work done, kind of didn't. On the plus side though I got to skype with everyone on this wonderful Thanksgiving day. It's hard not being home with everyone, but I don't want to say I'll be home soon because I really am enjoying my time here. It's going to be bittersweet to leave, but I'm not going to think about that quite yet.
... the translation homework for another few hours and I'm almost done. I started on the back page, which is a plus. I decided that I will just finish it tomorrow morning because I don't have class until 2pm. Hopefully I will be able to finish it tomorrow morning. It is taking so much longer than expected. I didn't even get a chance to work on anything else that is due this week. Stupid translation.
... way up until like 1999. There was also some modern art in there which is my personal favorite. I like the art where you look at it and art just like "what the heck is that."
Then we took a lunch break because the museums were closed from noon until 2 so that the workers could get lunch, because clearly it is necessary to have lunch for 2 hours in France. We went to this little place called "Le P'tit ...