Park Inn by Radisson Nancy
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Last night I didn't get much sleep because I had to finish my project for a presentation I have this morning for Innovation Management with the crazy guy (REBIERE). Words cannot describe how much I despise this professor! He has to be one of the worst professors I have ever had!! First of all, he has the thickest French accent, so it is IMPOSSIBLE to understand him when he talks to me and then he gets mad when I ...
... of the night and then we all walked home together since we all live soo close. On the way home we stopped at Kebab (like always) so Claire could get one. Some of the guys didn’t want to wait, so I waited with her because I’m such a good friend J. After that we all went our separate ways and I went straight to bed because I was soo tired, good thing classes were cancelled (gave me time to sleep in). ...
Last night I got back from Paris and went to bed a little late because I couldn't fall sleep, especially after this weekend. I just laid in bed uploading all my photos because I had a LOT from Paris and of the Eiffel Tower! This morning I had to get up at 9:30am to go to some sort of orientation presentation at ICN. Not going to lie, it was kind of boring because it was the same presentation like in Integration week, but ...
... after making up my bed. The rooms in Pythagore are okay, I really like it better than Bayside at RWU actually. Especially since I have my own room!!
Oh yeah! I'm finally posting now because I have wifi, so I have a weeks worth to catch up on! It's crazy how much we depend on wifi! Also Emily, Alexander and Julien are pretty nice and very helpful (I'd feel soo lost in Nancy without all their help!). Also Alexander kind of looks like Cristiano Ronaldo haha. ...
... Italian professor taught very differently than I've ever had, in a totally good way. He played no games, and did not hesitate to curse or put a student in their place. You could tell he was incredibly smart, and did not like to waste his time on others that weren't interested.
Overall, it was a great learning experience being able to study new material and adapting to the teaching styles of international teachers.