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... of beautiful churches and took a walk around the town and down the river. The town centre church was amazing. Full of stained glass and incredibly large, with ceilings stretching up and up and up and several different rooms and areas making up the space. Nic found it sad that the acoustically astounding space was not used for concerts or music, except for Sunday worship. The Protestant church was not as elaborate as the town centre Catholic one, but it did have a beautiful ...
... somewhat worth it. After about 10 minutes, we headed back to the car. The walk back was not to fun. Note to self, plan ahead. We were both over Nancy so we decided to head back to Metz for dinner. We had dinner at La Lucina di Casa. Its so strange to order when you don't speech the native language. You point and try to say words as best you can. I do ok reading it but speaking is a whole different story. We both had pasta dishes. I had Shrimp ...
... to the tourism office, you grab a map, get cool postcards for friends and family back home, and ask for tips on activities, sights and cuisine!! A group of about fifteen of us bombarded the quiet tourism office in the center of the city and we were guided by a nice gentleman working.
Our first stop: Cathedral St. Etienne, also known as the "Good Lord's Lantern," since it has the largest expanse of stained glass in the world!!! The windows were made by Gothic and ...
... the typical music that is played at home. So I went to Andrea and asked her about country music. I may or may not make the United States look like a giant hick country. We will see!
It totally wasn't bad at all because there were other people there. I hardly had to talk. It was wonderful. The way it sounded at first, I thought I was going to be the only one. It was an interesting experience to say the least. First time on a campus radio show, I can check that off my list.
... were really nice to me though today. My sociology prof asked me if I was understanding what was going on in the class. I mean I kind of do, but it's hard to learn about something that I have not learned about before.
I had an awkward one hour break between sociology and the newest linguistic class, so I went to the little cafeteria and had some coffee and pain au chocolat. There was only one other person sitting in there and they say with their back to me. I was ...