Mercure Rennes Cesson
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We went out for Quentin' s birthday to a creperie where we had mini crepe appetizers, crepe salad with crepe entree, and finished with a crepe dessert. It was great! The French eat a four course meal on a nightly basis. We were able to try all of the traditional French foods like ratitouille which Natalie thought us how to make. The family owns a bakery which we got to tour and get ...
... to a great house party for Alec, a guy in my ERASMUS program, and also a 'P' themed party for another girl in my program Pearl. Both of them were pretty fun and I think he socialized quite well and got to meet lots of new people! We took him to our favorite cafe, Colombus, and took him around town! Things with the roomies have been great and we are all getting along very well! Life here is great! ...
... and hit me with newspaper?! Who knows but it was pretty darn funny.
Clearly you can see I am adjusting very well to this new lifestyle and the French are really welcoming me with open arms. I like to think it's a tough love relationship that we have. This week will consist of school on Tuesday and Friday and then off to Brussels with Danica for our next adventure. Hopefully I will keep up with the blog now that I have finally started it so stay tuned ...
... on New years eve we stopped in on friends and enjoyed an aperitif before heading over to the big New years party at the Stake Center. We didn't stay late as we had plans to ski again on new years day. When the weather took a turn for the worst in the mountains, we contented ourselves with the 50 meter pool in Geneva. I was happy to get in 1500 meters, since I am sorely out of shape. Saturday we parted ways and I headed back to India to continue my tour. So be expecting more updates soon ...
... It is a student city so there are lots of bars and clubs to go to. The metro is simple because it is only one line, and after about a week of getting on the wrong buses we may have finally figured out how those work too! We live right in town so fairly close to everything (only a 2 second walk from the student bar on Tuesdays) so getting around is just as easy to walk. ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed