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... like that. I didn't understand much that happened. I sat next to two French girls and one told me that it was hard for them to keep up so it was probably really hard for me. Thanks...I think I might be dropping that class. It sucks because it would be useful, but I don't think I can handle that class. The second class was right after the general economy class.
It was a statistics class. It was so much easier. The woman teaching it ...
... multiple, if our mind and soul change throughout our lives, and what happens when we die. In my philosophy class last year, we talked about this briefly, so I mean at least I know what is being talked about, kind of. It's weird to go back to having classes strictly in French. Also, it's not just like vocabulary and grammar that I'm learning in French, it's a whole different subject. I tried really hard to pay attention, but it ...
... study like they do in France. So in other words, I have no idea what I'm going to do about classes. I'm going to have to figure it out tomorrow morning. Let's hope that I can. The thing is, no one really knows anything about how the classes work here. So I mean, at least I'm not alone.
I have also discovered that the person above me likes to wear heels and move their furniture around, a lot. It's kind of obnoxious, like please take off your heels once in ...
... isn't really in the center of the city.
I found a French movie on Youtube to watch tonight, but I'm so exhausted that I don't even want to watch all of it. Tomorrow we have to get up early for our trip to Metz. Hopefully I can do some shopping and sight-seeing there. I really want to go shopping. I want to get a wardrobe that's more French. I feel as though I look like an American when I walk around and I don't really want that.
We will see what tomorrow is :]
... I feel like a grown up now.
We all went to my friend Bobbie's flat before heading to the club. It was a lot of fun. She lives really far away, but she has a nice place. We were going to take the tram to the club, but we missed the last one. So we walked. We had to ask a lot of people for directions on how to get there, but finally we did.
The club was in a basement area. There was a slide that allowed ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed