Park Inn by Radisson Nancy
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... ushered out on the morning of October 1 as they closed the place for the winter season. At that time we said we must come back to Metz as it looked like an interesting, medium sized town worth a few days stopover. The campsite is right on the banks of the Moselle River and the outlook over the river,.. to the town beyond is very pleasant. This time we arrived mid-afternoon,.. checked into the campsite,.. and headed into town on the bikes. What a difference ...
We had a very interesting week here in ICN with the International Business Seminars. It was a rather abnormal concept but very cool, I'd love to have an event like this at UCF. Each day of the week we signed up for single day seminars taught by different professors around the world on a broad range of business subjects.
- Monday, March 17th: Basic Economic Tools for Policy Evaluation
... the media and talk about the differences of what is acceptable in France compared to the group members home countries of China and the US. As we researched we became more interested in the recent situation of the French president, a scandal by American standards and the Sex Education Programming in schools/the country. Not only was the president not married to the first lady, extremely radical, but also ...
... glass windows, light shines through the high rise windows with bars on the top of the church. The organ is beautiful and sits on top of the church's main doors. On both sides of the church are confession stands and there are displays of the Virgin Mary as well as Jesus on the cross. On the farther right, is a painting of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. There are no long wooden benches like typical churches back home. Instead, there are wooden tiny seats lined up perfectly to the ...
... the history behind this place.
A second favorite would probably be Parc de la Pepiniere, which was sort of like the NY Central Park. The place was filled with so many people, you couldn't help but smile. There was a small carnival, an outdoor zoo, and delicious smelling food kioks. The children looked so happy walking around the carnival their crepes and waffles. There was a definite magic in the air, and romance for all the couples spotted lounging on blankets.