Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Horizons D'Huez
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... small syringe was so detailed. Who would have known?
After Grenoble we met up with our friends from CEFAM. The lounge bar we were at was very cool. Reminded me of the lounges back here in the US. The CEFAM students were so friendly and social. We left with our professors back to the hotel just to insure we didn't get lost.
It happened to be Saint Patrick's Day so we decided we wanted to celebrate! We went to the old town, which ...
... they produce are made. We had to wear lab coats, protective eye glasses, ear plugs, hair nets, and for anyone with facial hair, a net for that as well. Having never been in a factory before, I was pretty fascinated by the work being done in there. The syringes were mostly made by machines. The automation of these machines and the complexity of them was amazing. We got ...
... and it was an amazing experience to see something that most tourists do not get the chance to see. The bus brought us to CEFAM, where we were able to interact with college students studying in Lyon. I asked them a lot of questions about the student life in France, and they were also curious about our lives back in the United States. To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, they took us to Old City.
... manufacturing of syringes. We then went to the CEFAM offices to meet some of the officials there and then walked down the street for the reception with some of the CEFAM students. This was a nice little outing were we could all have a glass of wife and get to know each other and tell stories about what we have done so far.
... their English skills and make the huge step in their life to finish their senior year in America. That takes bravery and courage to do on one's own. Since it was Saint Patrick's Day, some of the students from CEFAM wanted to take us out to celebrate in the Old City of Lyon. For a girl who is not the slightest bit Irish, I was happy to partake in the festivities with my fellow classmates after a good day's run through city.