Novotel Metz Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The ferry crossing from Dover to Calais was early, uneventful and almost over before it began. As Australians we are not used to taking an hour and a half to get to new country.
Our French improves day by day. We have progressed from the usual bonjour, merci and s'il vous plait to include the ever important vin rouge (red wine), especially as there is so much vin rouge to choose from.
Normandy is known for its weather, and not with flattery. However, as ...
After a short walk on the shopping district pedestrian zone we drove to the historical district. We were delightfully surprised with the covered market. Beautiful food of every description. Were we not do full from breakfast we could have spent a couple of hours here eating. Everything was of the highest quality and the variety is something I have not seen in many a year. Next at the Metz cathedral we saw ...
... because we waited for a while until finally a nice gentleman came to our rescue!
On our way up to this church, we had passed some cute streets lined with restaurants and adorable boutiques! What caught most of our eyes was the "Taj Mahal Restaurant," which was serving yummy India buffet for 8.50 Euros!
The group came across a nice little park and we took some pictures together. The park was close to the medieval city walls of Metz, and after walking around the ...
... sad part. I almost cried. She was so precious.
For dinner, we met up with Pete and went to get crepes. Creperies are the best place for me to eat because they always have a vegetarian crepe. Pete had one that was called English, so I mean naturally he had to try it. Poppy had the Popeye, naturally. It was really great hanging out with them.
Poppy leaves tomorrow morning and then Pete will leave Monday and it's just going to be little ol me, but only for one day.
So today is l'armistice, which means we don't have any classes. Wahoo! I like the way they celebrate over here, it's a holiday so we don't have class, unlike at home where just the banks are closed but we still have school. So not fair. According to Wikipédia (the French version), "L'armistice de 1918, signé le 11 novembre 1918 à 5h 15, marque la fin des combars de la Premiére Guerre mondiale (1914-1918), la victoire des Alliés et la défffaite totale de l'Allemagne, mais il ne s'agit pas ...