Novotel Metz Centre
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... in real life is a breathtaking experience. The Tower is beautifully designed and the iron work exquisite.
Tickets to the top cost 15 Euros and are well worth the money. You can pre-book ‘jump the queue’ tickets at substantial additional cost. We did not and the wait in line was only around 20 minutes.
Grant suggested that we take the elevator straight to the top. Jules fear of heights was only present in the glass elevator, once on the ...
... in Nancy, and it included a bunch more stained glass windows. We later just walked around the town, admiring the architecture. Metz has a very charming and antique atmosphere. One of the arcs we saw dated from 1561!
The last activity of the day consisted of heading to the Centre Pompidou-Metz. Now to avoid some confusion, it is a branch of the Pompidou in Paris that houses modern and ...
... 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.
... region has so much to be discovered and enjoyed by the Visitor, much more than the recipe of its namesake "quiche" or even the famous Mirabelle plum.
I am of a curious nature opened towards the world, but this is only last winter while I was watching the "Come Dine with Me" show set in Metz, that I was finally able to discover the Capital of Lorraine and its magnificent cathedral, telling myself that what had been only a name on a ...