Novotel Metz Hauconcourt
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up a table with whatever they wanted to get rid of and hundreds showed up to take a look. Books, lamps, glassware, antiques, home decorations, nice items and, well, junk was up for sale. The sidewalk cafes were doing a booming business as people had a cup of coffee and people watched. We visited the US Military Cemetery established after WWII in memory of the thousands of American soldiers who were lost oversees during the war. The memorial gives a great historical account ...
... school summer holidays, we were able to catch up and enjoy the company of our ‘Froggies’.
Taking the time to explore the area of Upper Normandy, Anne took us on her famous walking tour of Le Havre where she was born, grew up and to the house where our post card ended up. She provided us with details only an insider would know and appreciate. It was such a lovely day and finished with a beer at her favourite pub overlooking the sea and salsa ...
... for something)! Then we were on our way back to Nancy because French classes were at 2:30pm
Emily, Adrian, Antonio and I found a small café near the school where we grabbed some coffee to wake up! Then at French class we were given a list for a scavenger hunt around Nancy where we would have to communicate with the French people. At the end we had to find Sebastien at a café. Everyone basically stayed in one ...
"Life is like a roller coaster, live it, be happy, enjoy life." -Avril Lavigne
Integration Week, Day 4.
Today was a pretty short.
I spent the entire day at an amusement park called <<Walygator>>
Although it's ...
... a decent nights sleep, with the sound of a babbling stream running past, we headed out of Champagne country and East towards Germany. Our first stop of the day was Valmy ... this is the site of a significant battle involving Revolutionary France against a joint Austrian and Prussian army, with a few Germans. They were in the battle arena in order to help the French monarchy. The Austro-Prussian army was expected to win easily, being more experienced, but the enthusiasm ...