Nuit d'Hotel Jouy aux Arches

Zone Actisud, Jouy-aux-Arches, Lorraine, 57130, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jouy-aux-Arches

Day 61-66: Spring Break

A travel blog entry by joel_salgado

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So I may not have gone off to Barcelona or Rome or Morocco, but instead I made myself a little "stay-cation" here in Nancy. I'm making plans to go to some of those places in May already, so I wanted to save up my funds and get to know Nancy really really well. After being here for some time, you forget to explore the touristy parts of your "new" home.

Monday, March 3rd
Now I know, February is probably the worst time to get any ...

Je ne parle pas français.

A travel blog entry by alexissnow

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... a translator for his friends and us. My vocabulary is changing as I try to think of every synonym of a word until they know what I am trying to say, or until I think of a more generic word to get my point across. Of course tons of hand motions always help! After class Amy, Harlea, Lina and I went down to the town center to grab some Panini’s. Alex would love it with all the crazy flavors - since there isn’t really much chicken I settle for a Coca-Cola and ...

Planes, Trains, and time change- oh my!

A travel blog entry by alexissnow

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... and took some beautiful night photos. It is a large square with the city hall, the art museum and the opera. I love the gold gilded gates framing each corner of the plaza. I also found out that the arch that marks my street is a memorial to the citizens who died in the battle of yorktown helping America gain its independence. I am glad to know Nancy was a part of America’s history! We also hit the mall; we were only there for about an hour before it closed ...

Alouette, Gentille Alouette!

A travel blog entry by abonilla

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... we thought it would be.

Jean served us coffee (I preferred hot chocolate) and we hurriedly walked from the 18th ward to the station. This time around, it wasn't too difficult to carry all our suitcases down the road, although at one point a giant truck full of beef and pork was being unloaded in front of a butcher shop and we couldn't get around it.

The first day we arrived, we looked for escalators since it was easy to take our bags on it. This ...

Another exam day

A travel blog entry by sanger.kayl

I had an exam last week on Tuesday. Now my sociology class is over and so I got to sleep in this morning and that was wonderful. I should have gotten up and studied, but I didn't. I decided to sleep. I think my health is a little bit more important that my grades. I need to get healthy so that I can do well in school.

So I went to the morning class and she taught us more things that's not ...

   

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